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Celebrate Ocean Conservation Day with us on 16 July

Posted on Jul 10, 2017 in General

Celebrate Ocean Conservation Day with us on 16 July

Cet Law will be at Lauderdale-By-The-Sea to celebrate with many other organizations our ocean!  The event, organized by SeaWatch on the Ocean and Stoked On Salt – SOS Ocean Clean Up, invites the community to enjoy a free, family day to learn more about our Ocean environment and participate in a Shoreline Beach Cleanup to […]

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Thank you Dive Bar!

Posted on Jun 23, 2017 in General

Thank you Dive Bar!

Cet Law was thrilled to take this HUGE check to the bank for the whales!  We would like to thank the Dive Bar and its passionate members for supporting the efforts of Cet Law and other organizations to protect our ocean ecosystems and the animals living in it. Are you an attorney who likes to […]

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Coralpalooza!

Posted on Jun 3, 2017 in Cetacean Ecosystems and Habitats

Coralpalooza!

Cet Law joined Coral Restoration Foundation (CRF) to lead a team of divers monitoring corals during CRF’s annual Coralpalooza event.  We monitored two sites where there was replanting. It was very nice to see the corals taking well – they were happy and healthy!  We love the work that CRF does, because healthy reefs mean […]

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Dominica

Posted on May 30, 2017 in Responsible Whale Watching

Dominica

Dominica is aptly nicknamed the Nature Island not only for its terrestrial, but also the marine environment. Resident sperm whales make whale-watching an incredible and unique experience with boats and captains that have spent years on the water and who find the whales using hydrophones to track their clicks.   On behalf of the World […]

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Kicking Off Earth Day at University of Miami

Posted on Apr 19, 2017 in Cetacean Ecosystems and Habitats

Kicking Off Earth Day at University of Miami

Cet Law was thrilled to be the first of many incredible events kicking off Earth Day celebrations on the University of Miami’s campus. Organized by the Miami Law Environmental Law Society and the University of Miami Energy & Conservation Organization, we talked about plastic pollution and climate change as well as watched two short videos […]

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Scientific American Interviews Cet Law on Whales and Climate Change

Posted on Apr 11, 2017 in Cetacean Ecosystems and Habitats

Scientific American Interviews Cet Law on Whales and Climate Change

Scientific American interviewed Cet Law’s ED Natalie Barefoot along with others for an article Whales Keep Carbon out of the Atmosphere. Also interviewed was Blue Carbon Solutions, Angela Martin, with whom Cet Law is co-authoring a report entitled Pacific Islands Whales in a Changing Climate, and a representative of the Prime Minister’s office from Tuvalu. Tuvalu […]

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Jason Mraz & Gratitude for the Ocean and Whales

Posted on Apr 9, 2017 in Your whalecome!

Jason Mraz & Gratitude for the Ocean and Whales

Cet Law had the honour of attending the one year anniversary of Cafe Gratitude in Newport Beach, California on our way back from the Whales in a Changing Ocean conference in Tonga. Not only was it a rocking party with the most amazing artists at an incredible restaurant that we highly recommend, but Cafe Gratitude […]

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Whales in a Changing Ocean Conference – Tonga

Posted on Apr 6, 2017 in Cetacean Ecosystems and Habitats, Responsible Whale Watching

Whales in a Changing Ocean Conference – Tonga

For three days 16 countries and territories of the Pacific Islands gathered together to discuss WHALES!!  SPREP (the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Pacific Environment Programme) hosted this unprecedented 3-day conference titled “Whales in a Changing Ocean” in Tonga April 4-6. The conference focused on three issues that were addressed by working groups including: 1) emerging […]

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Whales & Climate Change

Posted on Mar 23, 2017 in Cetacean Ecosystems and Habitats

Whales & Climate Change

Cet Law was pleased to be invited to speak with University of Miami’s Maritime Law Society and Environmental Law Society about whales, climate change, and the law. Climate change is not just a human problem – it is affecting our ocean, the habitat where whales live. Warming temperatures and melting ice are expected to directly […]

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