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The Colour of Climate Stability: Blue

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The Colour of Climate Stability: Blue

Source: The Verb/Malcolm Johnson - December 12, 2014

Fading into darkness, the pictures of bears, whales, glaciers disappear and a hush falls over the crowd as Bernardo Sambra takes the stage. Along with more…

Happy Thanksgiving from TerraMar

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Happy Thanksgiving from TerraMar

On behalf of the TerraMar team and all the creatures that call the ocean home, Happy Thanksgiving!

We have a lot to be thankful for more…

Lost Puppy Saved After 2 Hours in the Ocean

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Lost Puppy Saved After 2 Hours in the Ocean

Source: The Patriot Ledger/Cody Shepard - August 12, 2014

WEYMOUTH – A 4-month-old puppy was safely returned to his owner after being lost for nearly two hours in the ocean.

Tuukka fell off a more…

Waterkeepers Challenge Friends and Family Members to ‘Go Jump in a Lake’ to Promote Clean and Swimmable Local Waters

Waterkeepers Challenge Friends and Family Members to ‘Go Jump in a Lake’ to Promote Clean and Swimmable Local Waters

Source: Waterkeepers/Peter Cleary - July 25, 2014

New York (NY) -- Waterkeepers from around the world will plunge into local bodies of water this weekend for a swim to promote the importance more…

Come See TerraMar at The Boston Seafood Festival

Come See TerraMar at The Boston Seafood Festival

Source: Nikki Chenard - July 17, 2014

3rd Annual Boston Seafood Festival to celebrate 100th anniversary of Boston Fish Pier on the Boston Fish Pier Sunday July 27th from 11AM-6PM!

Boston, MA- more…

Slavery Common in Thai Fishing Industry, Most Seafood Exported to US, Europe

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Slavery Common in Thai Fishing Industry, Most Seafood Exported to US, Europe

Source: TheGuardian/Kate Hodal, Chris Kelly - June 12, 2014

The US, UK and EU are prime buyers of Thai seafood – with Americans buying half of all Thailand’s seafood exports and the UK alone more…

NZ Scientists Act to Save Rare Maui Dolphin, Only Dozens Left

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NZ Scientists Act to Save Rare Maui Dolphin, Only Dozens Left

Source: AFP - June 11, 2014

The white and grey Maui’s, named after a Polynesian demi-god, is one of the world’s smallest dolphins, with a maximum length of 1.7 metres (5.5 more…

Kiribati President Says ‘Too Late for Us’ on Climate Change

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Kiribati President Says ‘Too Late for Us’ on Climate Change

Source: CNN/Fareed Zakaria - June 10, 2014

"Let me make the point that whatever is agreed within the United States today, with China, it will not have a bearing on our future, more…

Keep the Oceans Healthy and Productive, United Nations Says

Keep the Oceans Healthy and Productive, United Nations Says

Source: Jurist - June 9, 2014

The United Nations leadership has called for healthy oceans. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon issued a statement commemorating World Oceans Day calling on the international more…

Pace of Modern Ocean Acidification Exceeds Ancient Disturbance

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Pace of Modern Ocean Acidification Exceeds Ancient Disturbance

Source: EarthInstituteNews - June 6, 2014

A new study suggests that modern ocean acidification due to climate change is happening much faster than a similar global disturbance millions of years ago. 

Some 56 more…

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