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The Cousteau Society

Join The Cousteau Society!
Become a member of The Cousteau Society today
and add your support for the crucial work to protect the future.
Individual membership: US$30.
Family membership: US$40.
Dolphin Log only: US$15.
(Please add US$10 for foreign air delivery. )
For more information or to join, call 1-800-441-4395
or mail name, address and payment in US$ (check, Visa, MC, Amex) to:
The Cousteau Society

870 Greenbrier Circle, Suite 402
Chesapeake, VA 23320

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Check out the Log contents

As a member of The Cousteau Society, you will receive the Calypso Log, our full-color quarterly magazine that features reports on Society expeditions and environmental issues, interviews with leading thinkers, photography by Cousteau teams, and much more. With a Family Membership, you will also receive our award-winning Dolphin Log, a spectacularly illustrated bimonthly magazine which introduces young readers to life in and around the sea.
To join, please call us at 800-441-4395.

Don't forget the Dolphin Log in the Classroom membership!

Created in 1973 by Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau, The Cousteau Society communicates the beauty and fragility of our water planet, believing that an informed and alerted public can best make the choices to insure a healthy and productive world. To increase environmental knowledge and awareness, the Society undertakes expeditions exploring and filming natural systems.  In 25 years, the Society's crews have traveled the seven continents to document locations ranging from the Mediterranean to Cuba to Cape Horn to Madagascar.  Recent films focus on the Caspian Sea and the St. Lawrence River, both areas of extraordinary landscape and great human demands.  The Society produces television films, books and other publications on important marine and environmental subjects. It provides testimony to governing bodies, international institutions and world leaders, commenting on the state of the sea and recommending policies to protect it.

As an organization of caring people who want to know more about the world around them, The Cousteau Society provides a way for members to expand their knowledge. Through membership publications, they learn how to help preserve and protect the natural resources of this planet. Thanks to its members, The Cousteau Society has been able to make great strides in research and education. Its history of contributions to environmental conservation are culminating now in the continuation of the philosophy of founder, Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau. By joining the Society today, you help support the work conducted by science, research and film teams. Together we will work to alert the world to the importance and vulnerability of the global water system as well as the complex life within it. 

Help support The Cousteau Society.  Join today!