The Center for American Progress’ U.S.-China Ocean Dialogue identifies collaborative pathways for sustainable and prosperous marine resource management.
To benefit oil drillers, the Department of the Interior is ignoring its legal mandate for sound fiscal and environmental stewardship of the public trust.
The recreational fishing industry is angling to take the helm on matters of fisheries legislation while Congress considers a significant reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Act.
Reform of the Taiwanese fishing sector will strengthen bilateral ties between Taipei and Washington and enhance global perceptions of Taiwanese democracy.
The Trump administration’s plan for offshore drilling could put oil rigs along every coastline in America—at the same time as its policies make the next Deepwater Horizon oil spill more of an inevitability.
Proposed legislation in the House Natural Resources Committee would open virtually all of America’s maritime territory to offshore drilling and roll back safety standards to the pre-Deepwater Horizon era.
Leadership by governors and lawmakers in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and New York demonstrates how key reforms can drive private investment in an abundant, climate-safe resource.
The commercial fishing industry’s exaggerated claims of economic hardship mask another motive for President Trump’s review of the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument.
World Oceans Day is a chance to take stock of just how aggressively the new administration is attempting to roll back critical ocean protections, putting America’s Blue Economy at risk.
Without action from Congress and the Trump administration, human-caused warming of America’s oceans will put tens of thousands of U.S. fishing jobs on the chopping block.
The private sector has the capacity to help end human trafficking and forced labor in the international seafood supply chain.
Learn how the everyday consumer can join the fight against seafood slavery and ensure that the seafood they buy is sustainably and ethically produced.
On January 11, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee can provide a window into whose interests the State Department would serve under the leadership of Rex Tillerson.
Recent media investigations have revealed regular use of forced labor in the international seafood supply chain. Here’s how the U.S. government and the private sector should respond to curtail these abuses.
Ten years after landmark bipartisan legislation made U.S. fisheries the most sustainably managed in the world, it’s time to think about what comes next for fish, fishermen, and fishing communities.