Translate »
  • English
  • Filipino
  • French
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Spanish
  • Vietnamese
11,172 CITIZENS JOINED
1,242 OCEAN PARCELS CLAIMED
1,190 SPECIES FRIENDED

TerraMar

Submarine Telecommunication Cables Should Be Green, Says UN Task Force

Photo: ACMA.gov

Submarine Telecommunication Cables Should Be Green, Says UN Task Force

Source: West Hawaii Today - October 30, 2014

The global system of submarine telecommunication cables that support our connected world is deaf, dumb and blind to the external ocean environment and represents a more…

Team Vestas Gains, Volvo Ocean Race Tightens

Photo: OBR Brian Carlin

Team Vestas Gains, Volvo Ocean Race Tightens

Source: Sail World/Richard Gladwell - October 30, 2014

The Chris Nicholson skippered Team Vestas Wind, has made a big gain in the last 12 hours in the Volvo Ocean Race, and is now more…

Ocean Acidification Alarm–Anyone Listening?

Photo: Ove Hoegh-Guldberg

Ocean Acidification Alarm–Anyone Listening?

Source: Geek/Graham Templeton - October 30, 2014

Covering science in the modern day, your reading list leads to a number of frequently recurring questions. One of the most intractable is: how many apocalypses more…

U.S. Ignores International Limits, Expands Bigeye Tuna Fishing

Photo: Marty Melville/AFP/Getty Images

U.S. Ignores International Limits, Expands Bigeye Tuna Fishing

Source: eNews Park Forest - October 30, 2014

HONOLULU—(ENEWSPF)  The National Marine Fisheries Service Tuesday issued regulations allowing Hawaii-based longline fishermen to ignore international agreements and continue fishing for bigeye tuna after reaching the cap allowed more…

Waste-Free Ocean

Photo: J.M. van Coutren/Marine Photobank

Waste-Free Ocean

Source: World Ocean Radio/Peter Neill - October 30, 2014

Of all the types of waste in the marine ecosystem, plastic is perhaps the best known: it shows up on beaches, in the more…

Bungled IPO Exposes China Tuna Fishing Industry

Photo: Alex Hofford/Greenpeace

Bungled IPO Exposes China Tuna Fishing Industry

Source: The Guardian/Shannon Service - October 29, 2014

Reporting on international fishing can often feel like investigating organized crime. Everyone knows how things are run, but the truth is obscured by shell companies, more…

Facts You Didn’t Know About Your Goldfish

Facts You Didn’t Know About Your Goldfish

Source: BBC News/Jason G. Goldman - October 29, 2014

Goldfish are a bit "meh", aren't they? They're not as popular a pet as cats or dogs, presumably due to the deplorable lack of cuddles. more…

Dissecting how a Body Decomposes in the Ocean

Photo: MBARI

Dissecting how a Body Decomposes in the Ocean

Source: LiveScience/Tanya Lewis - October 29, 2014

When a dead body decomposes in the ocean, scientists know little about what happens to it. To find out, some researchers performed an unusual experiment more…

Alaska’s Largest Pike Poisoning Project

Photo: Rashah McChesney/Peninsula Clarion

Alaska’s Largest Pike Poisoning Project

Source: Alaska Journal of Commerce/Rashah McChesney - October 29, 2014

SOLDOTNA — They couldn’t have timed it better.

As the last of the interagency team of invasive northern pike killers stepped off of the Derks more…

Strategic Oil

Photo: Maria Petueli/Marine Photobank

Strategic Oil

Source: World Ocean Radio/Peter Neill - October 29, 2014

No place on Earth is immune from strategic oil. Technological advances have aided us in our objectives toward growth at all cost, and more…