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Trump’s Path for Energy Independence to Change US Climate Narrative

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Trump’s Path for Energy Independence to Change US Climate Narrative

Source: BBC News/Matt McGrath - March 29, 2017

"This is, I think, one of the most historic attacks on climate and environmental action that the US has ever seen," said Liz Perera from the Sierra Club.
Her words are certain to cheer Trump supporters everywhere.

Green "job-killing" regulations limiting energy production have long been a red rag for Donald Trump, as candidate and more…

Million Dollar Private Submarine Can Take You to the Ocean Deep

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Million Dollar Private Submarine Can Take You to the Ocean Deep

Source: Wired/Michael Behar - March 29, 2017

Not long ago, the toy of choice for the nautically inclined with a few million dollars to spare was an opulent megayacht. Today, it’s a more…

1,220 Species Around the World Are Affected By Litter in the Ocean

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1,220 Species Around the World Are Affected By Litter in the Ocean

Source: Phys.org/ Alfred Wegener Institute - March 29, 2017

Where is marine litter concentrated, and which species and ecosystems does it affect? Researchers at the Alfred Wegener Institute have more…

Keeping Up With Climate Change: How Australia’s Plants and Animals Are Adapting

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Keeping Up With Climate Change: How Australia’s Plants and Animals Are Adapting

Source: The Conversation/Ary Hoffmann - March 29, 2017

Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing Australia’s wildlife, plants and ecosystems, a point driven home by two consecutive years of mass coral more…

Trump’s Path for Energy Independence to Change US Climate Narrative

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Trump’s Path for Energy Independence to Change US Climate Narrative

Source: BBC News/Matt McGrath - March 29, 2017

"This is, I think, one of the most historic attacks on climate and environmental action that the US has ever seen," said Liz Perera from more…

A Celebration of Success: The Earth Optimism Summit

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A Celebration of Success: The Earth Optimism Summit

Source: World Ocean Radio/Peter Neill - March 29, 2017

In September of 2016, World Ocean Observatory began a collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution's Ocean Portal to promote the Earth Optimism Summit in Washington, D.C. more…

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The Many Shades of Water: A Sea of Green for St. Patrick’s Day

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The Many Shades of Water: A Sea of Green for St. Patrick’s Day

Source: The TeraMar Project - March 17, 2017

For more than 50 years now, the Chicago River has turned green on St. Patrick’s Day. This is no work of a magical leprechaun, just more…

Ask Dr. Universe

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Ask Dr. Universe

Source: Washington State University - April 26, 2016

Why is the ocean salty? -Alysin, 10, Ruston, La.
Dear Alysin,

At first, I thought the answer to your question might take us deep into the more…

Waimea Ocean Film Festival Kicks Off Next Week

Waimea Ocean Film Festival Kicks Off Next Week

Source: Big Island Now - December 30, 2016

The 2017 Waimea Ocean Film Festival will take place Jan. 2 through 10.

The event will showcase films, special guests, intimate coffee talks, Q&As, exhibits, more…