Cabinet-Level Panel to Advise Bush on Oceans President Bush has created a cabinet-level committee to advise him on ocean policy. Environmentalists who criticized the administration's record have long sought more attention to the oceans, which in U.S. territorial waters and elsewhere suffer from pollution and over-fishing. Hear NPR's Alex Chadwick and Dr. Ellen Pikitch of the Pew Institute for Ocean Science.
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Cabinet-Level Panel to Advise Bush on Oceans

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Cabinet-Level Panel to Advise Bush on Oceans

Cabinet-Level Panel to Advise Bush on Oceans

Cabinet-Level Panel to Advise Bush on Oceans

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President Bush has created a cabinet-level committee to advise him on ocean policy. Environmentalists who criticized the administration's record have long sought more attention to the oceans, which in U.S. territorial waters and elsewhere suffer from pollution and over-fishing. Hear NPR's Alex Chadwick and Dr. Ellen Pikitch of the Pew Institute for Ocean Science.