Federal Ocean Agency: How it Would Work NPR's Bob Edwards speaks with Peter Douglas, executive director of the California Coastal Commission, about the current poor health of oceans and how a proposed Oceans Policy Office might manage ocean health while balancing economic and environmental interests.
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Federal Ocean Agency: How it Would Work

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Federal Ocean Agency: How it Would Work

Federal Ocean Agency: How it Would Work

Federal Ocean Agency: How it Would Work

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NPR's Bob Edwards speaks with Peter Douglas, executive director of the California Coastal Commission, about the current poor health of oceans and how a proposed Oceans Policy Office might manage ocean health while balancing economic and environmental interests.

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