CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Rob Moir, Ph.D is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of Environmental Services. Rob is the President and Executive Director of the Ocean River Institute.
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The Ocean River Institute provides individuals and groups with specific opportunities to make a difference saving wildlife, protecting ecosystems, and practicing stewardship. Save Fish and Fishing Communities is ORI's campaign to gain more funding for the nation's fisheries councils when Magnuson-Steven Fisheries Management Act is reauthorized. Save Herring and Forage Fish is a campaign to recognize blue-back herring as an endangered species and to take an ecosystem-based management approach to fish herring sustainably. Save Our Oceans from Nitrogen Pollution is a campaign that addresses the worst pollutant of oceans. Nitrogen feeds harmful algal blooms that cause fish kills and ocean dead zones. Together We Can Better Manage Oceans is a collaborative effort to engage, educate and broad constituencies supportive of comprehensive management of ocean waters. ORI's newest campaign is to establish the Cape Cod Right Whale National Marine Sanctuary.
With over thirty five years of experience, Dr. Moir has acquired a multitude of knowledge throughout his illustrious career. He specializes in environmental science, issues, and awareness, as well as science education, conservation issues, community outreach, sustainability, advocacy and more. Dr. Moir works with local, regional and international groups to maintain a network of partners and provides them with resources and services to aid in the maximization of their impact to help save the environment.
A Switzer Environmental Fellow and the recipient of the James Centorino Award by the National Marine Educators Association, Dr. Moir has been a leader of efforts to clean up Salem Sound and Boston Harbor. He is a member of the Environmental Entrepreneurs E2, The Coastal Society, National Marine Educators Association, Marine Technology Society, Harvard Museums of Natural History, Essex County Ornithology Club, River Management Society, and Conservation Biology Society.
Dr. Moir earned both his Ph.D. in Environmental Studies and M.S.T., in Science Teaching and Environmental Management from the Antioch New England Graduate School at Antioch University, along with a BA in Natural Sciences from Hampshire College. Additionally, he holds a certificate in Ecology from the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole.
For more information, please visit www.oceanriver.org.
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