Avery Siciliano is the research associate for Ocean Policy at American Progress, where she works on domestic and international marine affairs with a focus on sustainable fisheries management and coastal land use practices. Prior to joining American Progress, Siciliano worked at Oceana and focused on efforts to deter seafood fraud and illegal fishing in the United States. Siciliano earned a master’s degree in environmental management from Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment in 2015 and holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Vassar College.

By Avery Siciliano
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Big Oil Could Benefit Most from Review of Northeast Canyons and Seamounts MonumentCenter for American ProgressJuly 25, 2017
Scott Pruitt’s Lack of Action on Climate Change Puts Fishermen in Hot WaterCenter for American ProgressApril 27, 2017
Corporate Coordination Can Stop Seafood SlaveryCenter for American ProgressApril 3, 2017
The Conscientious Consumer’s Guide to Fighting Seafood SlaveryCenter for American ProgressFebruary 9, 2017
Key Questions for Rex Tillerson on Energy and Environmental PolicyCenter for American ProgressJanuary 9, 2017
Seafood SlaveryCenter for American ProgressDecember 15, 2016
America’s Blueprint for Sustainable FisheriesCenter for American ProgressSeptember 14, 2016
The North American Leaders Summit Should Put Fish on the MenuCenter for American ProgressJune 28, 2016
The Future of Seafood Security: The Fight Against Illegal Fishing and Seafood FraudCenter for American ProgressJune 8, 2016