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Shara Narsipur

Shara Narsipur

Shara Narsipur is a communicator and advocate for climate sustainability. As Communications Manager at BlueNalu, she manages the Eat Blue educational platform, promoting sustainable seafood and ocean optimism, with a focus on ocean health, human health, animal welfare and economic impact. In her spare time, you can find her surfing, diving, practicing yoga or reading.
Often when we talk about seafood, we are referring to four fish that have come to dominate western seafood markets and perceptions over the last few decades. The four fish? Salmon, seabass, cod
Time, migrations, history, and a variety of other factors can bring plants and animals from one area to another, resulting in the transplant of non-native species. Sometime intentional, sometimes accidental, the introduction of non-native
A recent article in Forbes delved into the importance of traditional fishing communities – a group that has been long overlooked – in ocean conservation. “A sector that has alienated people needs to reimagine
Book Review of the Month – February, 2021 Have you ever wondered why being near the water is so appealing? For centuries, humans have had moments of clarity besides, or inside, bodies of water
Today is World Wetlands Day! Let’s take a moment to appreciate these hotspots of biodiversity that are so critical to our ocean and inland habitats, coastal communities and overall planetary health. What are Wetlands?

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