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Moir’s Environmental Dialogues

Moir’s Environmental Dialogues

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October 14th 2009: Battling Assaults to the Gulf of Maine Ecosystem with a Responsive Systemic Initiative

Peter Alexander of the Gulf of Maine Restoration and Conservation Initiative will tell us about a new effort to tackle the growing impacts of human activities in the Gulf of Maine. The beautiful Gulf of Maine appears to many to be a relatively pristine ecosystem. Beneath the waves and along the shores serious problems have been building up over time—and not just the well-publicized crash of native fisheries. Abandoned fishing gear, invasive species, municipal waste, pollution from agricultural and residential runoff, and loss of fish and wildlife habitat are causing enormous harm, and until

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Peter Alexander

Peter Alexander was born in N.Y City, and is the founder of Kennebec Entertainment. Peter’s background is in documentary film, which began in the 1970s with ‘The Animals are Crying’
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