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With No Time to Lose, Island Nations Are Taking Climate Response Into Their Own Hands

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With No Time to Lose, Island Nations Are Taking Climate Response Into Their Own Hands

Source: New York Times/Brad Plumer/Lisa Friedman - November 23, 2017

Fijian singers strumming ukuleles serenade delegates to the United Nations climate talks as they enter the conference hall. A traditional two-hulled sailing craft, or drua, is on display by the entrance to signify that when it comes to rising seas, all nations are in the same boat.
But as two weeks of negotiations on bolstering the more…

Scientists Diving Beneath Antarctic Ice Shelf Report ‘Big Changes’

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Scientists Diving Beneath Antarctic Ice Shelf Report ‘Big Changes’

Source: Live Science/Tom Metcalfe - November 23, 2017

Climate change may be leading to shifts in the communities of sea life beneath an Antarctic ice shelf, researchers say.

Scientists diving beneath Antarctica's Ross more…

Can We Really Save the World’s Coral Reefs From the Brink of Catastrophe?

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Can We Really Save the World’s Coral Reefs From the Brink of Catastrophe?

Source: Phys.org/Bangor University/John Turner - November 23, 2017

The third episode of the BBC's Blue Planet II spectacularly described a series of fascinating interactions between species on some of the most pristine reefs in the more…

With No Time to Lose, Island Nations Are Taking Climate Response Into Their Own Hands

Photo: Lamity/Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 4.0)

With No Time to Lose, Island Nations Are Taking Climate Response Into Their Own Hands

Source: New York Times/Brad Plumer/Lisa Friedman - November 23, 2017

Fijian singers strumming ukuleles serenade delegates to the United Nations climate talks as they enter the conference hall. A traditional two-hulled sailing craft, or drua, more…

Carnivorous Sponges

Photo: NOAA Okeanos Explorer

Carnivorous Sponges

Source: NOAA NMFS/WeirdFins - November 23, 2017

Weird Gramma here with “WeirdFins,” all about strange stuff in the sea, and brought to you by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. And, boy, more…

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The Disconnect That Ruins Our World

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The Disconnect That Ruins Our World

Source: The TerraMar Project - November 21, 2017

The planet we live on is beautiful. The dense forests and deep seas are alive and busy, hustling  and bustling the same way as any more…

How I Sea: Bella’s Challenge

Photo: Bella Burgemeister

How I Sea: Bella’s Challenge

Source: The TerraMar Project - September 13, 2017

Hi my name is Bella and I am 11 years old. I come from Dalyellup in Western Australia. We are lucky to live right on more…

Lonely Whale Partners with Unsplash to Bring Plastic Pollution into Focus, Highlighting Ocean-Friendly Lifestyles Through Photography

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Lonely Whale Partners with Unsplash to Bring Plastic Pollution into Focus, Highlighting Ocean-Friendly Lifestyles Through Photography

Source: Medium/Lonely Whale - November 17, 2017

The internet, like our ocean, is filled with photos of single-use plastic, that’s why we are bringing ocean plastic pollution into focus through powerful photography. more…