Guest Host: Terence Smith

A panel looks at the state of our oceans and discusses a just-released report by the U.S. Commission on Ocean Policy.

Guests

  • Lynne Hale director, Global Marine Initiative, The Nature Conservancy
  • Sara Chasis water program director, Natural Resources Defense Council.
  • William Ruckelshaus member, U.S. Commission on Ocean Policy first administrator, Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Linda Candler vice president, communications - National Fisheries Institute
  • Leon Panetta chief of staff for President Clinton. Mr. Panetta served as chairman of the Pew Oceans Commission. He is chairman and founder of the Panetta Institute.

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