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Four Arctic Animals to Appreciate this Winter

Posted On December 22, 2015 by

Winter is officially here! Much of the Arctic will not see any sunlight for the beginning of the winter season, especially today. The winter solstice is when the sunlight is the furthest away from the Arctic region. This is the time of year to truly appreciate animals that call the Arctic home. Join us in celebrating a few of these amazing Arctic species.

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Saving the Ocean, One Tip at a Time

Posted On January 31, 2013 by

Credit: Hash Milhan via Flickr

Even though we won’t know if winter will last another six weeks until Punxsutawney Phil makes headway on Saturday, I’m sure that some of you are hungry for starting up a few DIY projects at home as the weather slowly turns the corner to the long-awaited Springtime. Since we’ve all heard our fair share of stories about when DIY goes wrong, we here at Ocean Conservancy figured providing a few tips on the subject could prove helpful. With ocean health in mind, we published a recent blog post, “Re-Energize Your Home to Save Money, Energy and the Ocean.”

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