1. Enric Sala PHD, National Georaphic Explorer explains the importance of ecosystem management approaches in protecting marine resources like sharks and coral reefs. Excerpts from the film Sharks: Stewards of the Reef.

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  2. The hunters have become the hunted. A trailer from the PBS film Sharks: Stewards of the Reef. a film on sharks, coral reefs and marine protection. This 30 minute film examines the ecological importance of sharks, threats to sharks including shark finning and the establishment of marine protected areas such as the Papahanumokuakea National Marine Monument to protect sharks, coral reefs and a healthy ecosystem.

    With Dr. Enric Sala (National Geographic Explorer), Sonja Fordham (Ocean Conservancy), and Peter Knights (Wildaid)

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  3. If you have seen the Cove, we should also be aware that we are killing whales and dolphins right off the California Coastline through ship strikes and marine noise. Last weekend I visited the Farallons Islands, saw Blue, Humpback and Grey whales, and listened to ocean noise pollution in our Sanctuary.

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  4. In the spring of 2009 over 400 ocean leaders came to Washington D.C.
    See why- watch the whole film.

    Narrated by Sylvia Earle.
    Sponsored by the Blue Frontier Campaign.

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  5. Blue Frontier leads the way towards a new Blue Vision, bringing together over 400 policy makers, ocean heroes, scientists, artists and champions.
    Join Sylvia Earle, Roger Payne, Sam Farr, Roz Savage, David Helvarg, Phillipe Cousteau, Jeremy Jackson, Wendy Benchley and countless other ocean heroes in helping support a new vision for our world ocean.

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David McGuire

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