Follow @DianeRegas on Twitter for Insightful Thoughts and News on Catch Shares

Diane Regas' Twitter page. Diane Regas, EDF Vice President - Oceans Program.

Diane Regas on Twitter

Like many organizations diving into the world of tweets, blog posts, status updates, and friend follows, EDF uses the power of social media to share information with supporters, policymakers, members, peer organizations, reporters, and opponents in order to further the conversation around important environmental issues that impact out world and our lives. In addition to our blog EDFish and new Catch Shares Net, you can find updates on some of our work and insightful comments on key news articles and opnion pieces by following Diane Regas, EDF Oceans’ Vice President, on twitter.

Today, Diane posted a series of six tweets all on the transition to sectors catch share management in New England’s groundfish fishery.

  • DianeRegas: 1 of 6: Boston Globe positive on New England catch share. Work in progress—toward a healthy fishery.
  • DianeRegas: 2 of 6: Providence Jrnl ++ on NE catch share. “It’s past time to put it into effect.”
  • DianeRegas: 3 of 6: Portland Press Herald + on NE catch share. “The old rules created the wrong incentives for fishermen.”
  • Diane Regas: 4 of 6: AP story clear on NE catch share. Published across the country, tells story of last several years.
  • Diane Regas: 5 of 6: GDT negative over NE catch share. Hot rhetoric scares fishermen, ignores data and undermines civil discourse.
  • DianeRegas: 6 of 6: Atlantic Monthly positive on NE catch shares. Headline (cap & trade) off—but summary is helpful.

In addition to following Diane Regas on twitter, you can also find EDF Oceans throughout the social media landscape. Here are some of the key pages and tweeters to follow: 

EDF Facebook Page (
EDF Oceans on Twitter (@EDFOceans)
Tim Fitzgerald, Sr. Oceans Policy Specialist on Twitter (@hawaiifitz)
Dan Whittle, Cuba Program Director on Twitter (@Dwhittle12)
Ryan Ono, Oceans Research & Outreach Associate on Twitter  (@RyanOno)
Phoebe Higgins, Project Manager – Pacific Coast Region on Twitter (@PhoebeHiggins)

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