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Wonderful explanation of these two bills, Emily. Thank you. As an eco activist artist, I try to stay up on all the legislative action regarding the environment, which is tough. Your post has made it easier for me. I'll share it all around!

11 months, 2 weeks ago on The Most Important Congressional Action on the Ocean You’ve Never Heard of

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I follow your posts with great interest. Thanks for keeping us updated on what is really important.

1 year, 1 month ago on A Major Sea Change: Ocean Acidification Becomes a Top Priority

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Just yesterday my grand daughter and I went to Reid State Park Beach in Mid-coast Maine. I have to say the beach was pristine--so gorgeous. EVERYONE deserves to enjoy beaches like this--so please, if you see trash, pick it up!  One woman even chased down a seagull that had made off with a sandwich wrapper. That's what I call dedication!

1 year, 4 months ago on Plight of Albatross Inspires Scientist to Clean Up Beaches

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My name is Janet Glatz. I'm a painter of contemporary realism in Maine who specializes in environment art. In fact, I just finished a series entitled, Man and Sea. I'd like to talk about contributing a percentage of my sales to Ocean Conservancy. It wouldn't be a whole lot, but it would make me proud and happy to help. My website is http://janetglatzmaineart.com

1 year, 5 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.oceanconservancy.org/our-work/our-partners/cause-marketing-partnerships.html

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I fervently wish the public would try to educate themselves a bit more on the facts and truths about wildlife. Mr. Cousteau's story is excellent!  http://janetglatzmaineart.com

1 year, 5 months ago on Philippe Cousteau Explains the Truth Behind Shark Attacks

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Yay to all the volunteers and their tireless, valuable contribution to saving sea turtles. You're the best!

1 year, 6 months ago on Volunteers Help Protect Baby Sea Turtles From Ocean Trash

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Kudos to Anreas Merkl for keeping the candle lit and the flame glowing bright for the health of our oceans. As an eco-artist who in my small way spreads awareness, your articles and posts are encouraging and stimulating.  Friends at HealingArts.com agree. @Renee Phillips 

1 year, 6 months ago on More Reasons a National Ocean Policy is a Big Deal

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I am moved by your article, just as I was moved by the Japanese Tsunami to paint, "Fukashima Tsunami", found at http://janetglatzmaineart.com.  This piece has garnered worldwide attention for its unvarnished depiction of the devastation and the hope left behind.  @reneephillips

1 year, 6 months ago on Why the National Ocean Policy Matters

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Each day I become for cognizant and more determined to make some small difference in the war against ocean pollution, warming, and rising sea levels. As an artist, the way I can do that is through the stories I tell in my paintings.  If you have a moment, please see them at http://janetglatzmaineart.com.  They are getting world-wide attention.  Thank you.  

1 year, 6 months ago on What Does More Carbon Pollution Mean for the Ocean?

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Bravo, Sarah, for furthering the cause of all of us who value the oceans so many species call home. As an environmental artist, I'm now trying to come up with a painting that tells the story of the unfortunate albatross.  janetglatzmaineart.com 

1 year, 7 months ago on Plight of Albatross Inspires Scientist to Clean Up Beaches

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Cudos for a valuable wake up call!  Those of us who value creatures like sea turtles will continue to advocate for responsible fishing practices throughout the world.  http://janetglatzmaineart.com  

1 year, 7 months ago on Next Steps for Protecting Sea Turtles

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Seems impossible that two years have passed. I commemorated the catastrophe by painting "Fukashima Tsunami", seen at janetglatzmaineart.com  which is being regularly viewed by people all over the world on Fine Art America. 

1 year, 7 months ago on Japan Tsunami Anniversary: the Journey So Far and What's to Come

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