Series: Environmental Speaker Series
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The Monterey Institute of International Studies and the Hayward Family Foundation proudly present the Environmental Speaker Series - Tonight's topic "Seafood Sustainability. Is it real and is it enough?" This evening, you'll be listening to a panel discussion with Kim McCoy, Director of Shark conservation for the Sea Shephard Conservation Society, Dane Klinger, Stanford PHD student and former research scientist at the esteemed Blue Ocean Institute, Cassan Trener Director of Business Development at Fish-Wise, and Jason Scorse, assistant professor at the Monterey Institute. Recorded live on campus in the Irvine Auditorium, Tuesday, February 24, 2009, this is the 2nd podcast in the Monterey Institute's 2009 Environmental Speaker Series.
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This podcast was brought to you by the Monterey Institute of International Studies (and the Hayward Family Foundation).
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Sanaz Tofighrad and Andrew Volkman (candidates in the XXXX program(s) produced this podcast with the help of the Digital Media Commons whose mission is to connect the Institute to the world through digital media.
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The Monterey Institute is an affiliate of Middlebury College.