SFG In the News

2018

When Conservation Backfires Ed Yong. The Atlantic.
"The blue paradox" published in PNAS Grant McDermott & Kyle Meng. Global Fishing Watch Blog.
A Blue Paradox Sonia Fernandez. The UCSB Current.
Blue Paradox Oregon Public Radio.
Blowing up illegal fishing boats helps Indonesian fishers Michael Tennesen. Scientific American.
Industrial fishing occupies a third of the planet Sarah Gibbens. National Geographic.

2017

Ocean Solutions: Reversing Overfishing University of California, Santa Barbara.
Cornered. Julie Cohen. UC Santa Barbara Current.
Can tourism trump tuna in Mexico? Kimbra Cutlip. Global Fishing Watch Blog.
How a tiny portion of the world's oceans could help meet global seafood demand Hally Froehlich & Rebecca Gentry. Scientific American .

2016

Interview with Chris Costello: Environmental economist. Kimbra Cutlip. Global Fishing Watch Blog.
New research offers much-needed hope for our oceans. Chris D'Angelo. Huffington Post: Science.
Interview with Dr. Costello. Global Fishing Watch Blog.
How our favorite fish could recover in a decade. Brian Clark Howard. National Geographic: News.

2015

Sperm whales' language reveals hints of culture. Jane J. Lee. National Geographic: New Science in Brief.
Can 'balanced harvesting' really save the oceans? Matt Burgess. Davos World Economic Forum Agenda .
Thinking outside the box on fisheries management? Thing again. Claire Christian . National Geographic: Ocean Voices.
Sperm whales have local dialects, new study shows David Lusseau. The Conversation.

2014

Psst. Wanna buy a whale? Erik Stokstad. Science Magazine.

2012