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EL BOSQUE, Mexico (AP) — People moved to El Bosque on the Gulf of Mexico in the 1980s to fish and build a community. Then climate change set the sea against the town.
Swansea University research into how artificial intelligence could be used to help tackle coastal flooding has just secured a major funding boost.
Norway could become the first country in the world to mine the deep sea, but many scientists and environmentalists fear that this might blow open the door for a new frontier of extraction, with companies and governments from the Arctic to the Pacific in a race to reap the riches of the ocean…
The world is grappling with numerous environmental challenges. One innovative approach that is making waves in conservation and climate action efforts is the concept of Blue Bonds.
Scalloped hammerhead sharks used to seek refuge at two Mexican seamounts, but it appears fishing has killed them off.
Perilously situated between rising sea levels and pressures from upstream lie coastal river deltas and their roughly half a billion inhabitants. These regions have played an important role in societal development since the last ice age, offering flat, fertile lands with abundant freshwater which are ideal for agriculture.
Distraught homeowners in Hemsby write farewell messages on houses affected by coastal erosion
Major works to create and retain swathes of new saltmarsh habitat on a remote Essex island have reached a major milestone, providing a lifeline for the land and its wildlife in a changing climate and in light of rising sea levels.
Tuvalu, a low-lying Pacific atoll nation an arm’s length above high tide, will seek more than U.S. $1 billion for a land reclamation plan that’s crucial to surviving projected sea-level rise, Finance Minister Seve Paeniu said.
In a joint statement released at COP 28, the CEOs of the largest international shipping companies urged the International Marine Organization (IMO) to quicken the decarbonisation of the marine transportation industry.
Coastal erosion could wash away trees protecting Waitaki Boys’ High School grounds within a decade and will likely eventually require the school to relocate further inland, a Ministry of Education-commissioned report reveals.
Record breaking marine heat waves will cause devastating mass coral bleaching worldwide in the next few years, according to a University of Queensland coral reef scientist.
It’s now almost inevitable that 2023 will be the warmest year ever recorded by humans, probably the warmest for at least 125,000 years.
Effort to improve understanding of the potential of restoring blue carbon as a carbon dioxide removal strategy
Four marine scientists are demonstrating their passion for ocean conservation by rowing across the Atlantic Ocean.
Recent research highlights a significant link between Earth’s geological activities, like plate tectonics and river movements, and the evolution of biodiversity, offering a comprehensive view of how life has been influenced over 500 million years by Earth’s physical evolution.
In the coastal waters of the Okinawa Islands, researchers have discovered two species of cephalopods, named in honor of traditional Japanese folklore.
A new sodium-ion “battery” promises an environmentally friendly method of sequestering carbon in the ocean, but experts remain cautious.
ByBill Morris / Eos
Deep-sea mining carries substantial environmental risks and its immediate profitability remains questionable due to several technical difficulties.
The Norwegian government has agreed with two opposition parties to proceed with plans of exploration of deep seabed mining in Norwegian waters. The agreement was announced at a press conference today. With this, Norway is set to be one of the first countries in the world to commercially mine the seabed for minerals.
Billboards designed to further undermine the fragile reputation of Canada's salmon farming sector have been removed from around Ottawa after the industry successfully challenged them for false advertising.
By/ The Fish Site
Copenhagen/Vevey - Nestlé, the world's largest food and beverage company, is cutting its ocean logistics greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by using Maersk’s ECO Delivery solution for 100% of its ocean containers shipped by Maersk in 2023, with an option to extend this agreement into 2024 and beyond.