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Ben Halpern

  • Diets rich in food from the ocean and freshwater sources can help address challenges
  • Due to their feed, chicken and farmed salmon have remarkably similar environmental footprints
  • Ecologists and environmental scientists identify priorities to address pressing issues
  • Researchers call for a ‘biocultural’ approach to conservation
  • Researchers map the environmental pressures of global production for all foods on land and ocean
  • Research reveals that only a relatively small percent of global coastal regions remain intact
  • Researchers take a granular look at global inputs and impacts of human wastewater in coastal ecosystems
  • Landmark assessment finds ocean food offer untapped potential for global development with the right policies and investments
  • Researchers create the first global assessment of cumulative human impacts to at-risk marine species over time
  • Researchers detail the long chain of events required for cultured seafood to deliver environmental benefits
  • Researchers document the impacts of noise on marine animals and ecosystems and identify actions to restore healthy sounds
  • The Bren School announces a master’s degree program in environmental data science
  • Researchers show how fishmeal and oil alternatives can support aquaculture growth
  • Marine ecologist Ben Halpern named a fellow of the Ecological Society of America
  • Marine ecologist Ben Halpern joins the holistic Earth Commission
  • International team of scientists complete the largest global assessment of ocean warming impacts
  • Researchers call for a more comprehensive assessment of the global food system
  • Study shows human impacts on oceans nearly doubled in recent decade, could double again without adequate action
  • Extreme weather and geopolitics are major drivers of increasing ‘food shock’
  • Analysis of impacts to marine aquaculture production warns proactive measures needed to protect global food security
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    The world’s marine wilderness is dwindling, according to research from UCSB and the University of Queensland
  • Zegar Family Foundation gifts UCSB $1.04 million to address impacts of climate change through science
  • NCEAS director Benjamin Halpern to receive the 2017 Peter Benchley Ocean Award for Excellence in Science
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