Featured Channel Islands Return: Documenting Effectiveness of California’s First Marine Protected Areas Programs

Channel Islands Return: Documenting Effectiveness of California’s First Marine Protected Areas

Coyote Films and The Baum Foundation join MARE and the NOAA crew to document the exciting “fish count” expedition as researchers collect deepwater data to better understand how marine ecosystems react when areas are protected from human take. Read more»

Racing Extinction – Featured at Aspen Ideas Festival 2015

The 2015 Aspen Ideas Festival hosted a public screening and discussion of the film Racing Extinction by Director Louie Psihoyos (The Cove, 2009) that addresses the rapidly increasing extinction rates in our present era and the role of human kind 

Capitol Hill Oceans Week – Panel on Collaborative Marine Conservation in Cuba

As part of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation’s Capitol Hill Ocean Week (CHOW), Ocean Doctor President and Founder Dr. David E. Guggenheim joins panel to discuss hopes for collaborative marine conservation in Cuba’s future. Read more»

BELLA GAIA Kenji Williams Named in “Top 100 Creative” by Origin Magazine

Kenji Williams has been named as one of Origin Magazine’s “Top 100 Creatives.”  Origin Magazine chose and acknowledged the work of 100 top creatives who are, “making the world brighter.” This award adds to a growing list of accolades for 

Racing Extinction Slated for Closing Night at San Francisco Green Film Festival

Racing Extinction, a film project supported by The Baum Foundation and first premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival will be the closing night film of the San Francisco Green Film Festival, screening June 3, 2015, 8:30 pm at the 

Youth Action Island Summit on Plastic Pollution Underway in the Bahamas

The 3 day Youth Action Island Summit will serve as a kick off for the 5 Gyres Institutes’ weeklong expedition from Eleuthera to Bermuda to conduct further research on the plastic pollution near the North Atlantic Subtropical Gyre. The 5 

A Rush to Study Cuba’s Coral Reefs

Science magazine reports in the May 15, 2015 edition that scientists are hurrying to study Cuba’s coral reefs, eager to gather baseline data from what is considered the healthiest remaining reefs in the Caribbean.  This scientific frenzy is due to 

What Will the Future Hold for Cuba & Their Sustainability Practices?

A partnership of three U.S. foundations, Cross Cultural Journeys Foundation, Ocean Doctor, and The Baum Foundation launched the first-of-its-kind People to People expedition to Cuba today designed to investigate Cuba’s leading examples in conservation and sustainable practices.  Trip leaders will 

Artist Jaimie Warren Community Collaboration Performance Art Opening

“A home-wrecking good time” MAD Museum Artist Jaimie Warren, winner of the 2014 Baum Award for Emerging American Photographer and co-founder of Whoop Dee Doo, showed her most recent community collaboration piece, Flaccid Domesticity, on April 16th at the Museum 

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