Living Blue

A fish out of water, no more: Three semesters in the Environmental Law and Policy Clinic

MEM-CEM Brianna Elliott recaps her three semesters in Duke’s Environmental Law and Policy Clinic, discussing how it has been a keystone of her time at the Nicholas School.

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Recapping Our Ocean 2016: Forging a Global Sustainable Future

Recapping Our Ocean 2016: Forging a Global Sustainable Future

Recapping an amazing few days at the “One Ocean, One Future” leadership summit.

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An Uncertain Future for Hawaiian Monk Seals

An Uncertain Future for Hawaiian Monk Seals

A look into the complicated work on Hawaiian monk seal conservation.

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A Week of Lava Backcountry Camping

The seemingly endless stretches of lava in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park would lend one to think the lower reaches of […]

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Hawaii Sea Turtle Management 101

Hawaii Sea Turtle Management 101

Unwrapping some of the basic information that goes into developing a sea turtle management plan in Hawaii.

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Celebrating World Oceans Day with Small and Large-Scale Approaches to Marine Conservation around Hawaii

Celebrating World Oceans Day with Small and Large-Scale Approaches to Marine Conservation around Hawaii

As World Ocean Day approaches, small and large-scale conservation meetings around Hawaii provide insight into the many approaches to marine management and conservation.

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Eating, Breathing, and Sleeping Protected Species

In the CEM program, we often assign each other to a marine species or ocean issue. For instance, in the […]

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