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Sea Party Coalition


The Sea Party Coalition represents coastal and inland cities and towns, businesses, fishermen, surfers, divers, boaters and other concerned citizens regardless of political affiliation who support a healthy and vibrant coastal economy and oppose proposed new oil surveying and drilling along the Atlantic Coast and in the U.S. Arctic Ocean. We see proposed acoustic air gun surveys and planned federal offshore oil leasing as a threat to marine wildlife, human health and safety, our economy, our environment, and our way of life.

As a better solution to our energy needs we support the development of clean renewable energy including offshore wind energy where responsibly situated.

In 2016 we will support the efforts of those who stand with us for a healthy ocean,coast and the communities that depend on them and work to oppose the efforts of those who promote the expansion of offshore fossil fuel development at the expense of our economy, security, and way of life.

To sign on, email with Sea Party in the subject line with your organization’s information.

Coalition members to date:Sea Party Logo

5 Gyres

Alaska Inter-Tribal Council

Alaska Wilderness League

Algalita Marine Research and Education

Altamaha Riverkeeper

Assateague Coastal Trust

Aquarium of the Bay

The Bay Institute

Blue Frontier

Center for Biological Diversity

Clean Ocean Action

Colorado Ocean Coalition

Cook Inletkeeper

Drifters Project

EarthEco International

Friends of Palm Beach

Friends of the Earth

Great Whale Conservancy

Greenpeace USA

Gulf Restoration Network

Hands Across the Sand

North Carolina Coastal Federation

Ocean Conservation Research

Ocean First Institute

Ocean River Institute

Ocean Voyages Institute

One More Generation

Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations

Port Orford Ocean Resource Team

Reef Relief

Shark Stewards


South Carolina Coastal Conservation League

Surfrider Foundation


The Ocean Foundation

The Safina Center

Thimble Island Oyster Co

Turtle Island Restoration Network

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