Wednesday, 18 May , 2022

Oceans

The deep impact of seabed mining

Deep seabed mining risks irreversible damage, monopolisation and exploitation, writes the University of Bremen's Pradeep A. Singh Feb 8, 2022 The world’s ever-growing appetite for metals has pushed...

Greenpeace ‘terrified’ by Antarctica’s record ice melting

ANTARCTICA’S summer extent of sea ice is set for a record low, environmental group Greenpeace warned yesterday. Data from the US’s National Snow and Ice...

As corporations fight to control the Pacific, Biden must act to...

 By Andrea Folds and Jake Kornack, Dec 6, 2021 Amid the global push for progress on climate change and the growing biodiversity crisis, the little-known International...

Chinese Unesco official defends plan to list Great Barrier Reef as...

Tian Xuejun rejects Australia’s ‘groundless accusations’ that China influenced the finding to score political points By Graham Readfearn and Adam Morton 19 Jul 2021 The Chinese host of...

Planetary boundaries

Planetary boundaries is a concept involving Earth system processes which contain environmental boundaries, proposed in 2009 by a group of Earth system and environmental...

Great Barrier Reef’s third mass bleaching in five years the most...

Government’s chief marine scientist says he fears people will lose hope for the future of the reef but it is a clear signal for...

“On a constaté jusqu’à 60% de mortalité des huîtres” : les...

Dans un rapport, les experts du GIEC ont compilé plus de 7 000 études sur la qualité des mers, des océans et des zones glacées de...

Latin America and the Caribbean bids good-bye to plastic bags

adfasdf On 30 May, Chile became the first South American country to approve a nationwide ban on single-use plastic bags, garnering congratulations from around the...

Great Barrier Reef Has Deteriorated to ‘Critical Point’ Amid Warming Seas...

By Harry Cockburn, 30 August 2019 The Great Barrier Reef in Australia has deteriorated to a “critical point” with its future outlook downgraded from “poor” to...

The World’s Oceans Are in Danger

By Brad Plumer Sept. 25, 2019 Climate change is heating the oceans and altering their chemistry so dramatically that it is threatening seafood supplies, fueling cyclones...