A trained marine biologist and an accomplished campaigner, explorer, and marine scientist, John has helped win several major victories for marine conservation since becoming the director of Greenpeace's oceans campaign in 2004.
Healthy oceans are vital, not just for the creatures who live in them, but for human populations the world over. However climate change, overfishing, ocean acidification, and pollution ...On June 17, 2014 / By John Hocevar
It’s not everyday the Governor of New York sends you a pen. We were pretty stoked to receive a pen that Governor Andrew Cuomo used to sign into ...On September 16, 2013 / By John Hocevar
Originally posted to Huffington Post This week’s special meeting of the 25 members of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) concluded today in ...On July 16, 2013 / By John Hocevar
Endangered leatherback turtles migrate 6,000 miles across the Pacific each year, and at the end of their journey looms a deadly threat. Drifting gillnets, known as “walls of ...On March 14, 2013 / By John Hocevar
Greetings from the Chukchi Sea, way up in the Arctic north of Alaska, where the team aboard the Greenpeace ship Esperanza is using a small submarine to study ...On July 28, 2012 / By John Hocevar
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