Portfolio selection rules on evaluating risk used to pick 50 reefs as ‘arks’ best able to survive climate crisis and revive coral elsewhere
As a lay person, it is a common perception that data and communication signals travel through multiple satellite systems orbiting around the earth. However, this is a grave misconception. As one writer puts it, “but that the communication signals themselves are then broken into bits of data, which then ply the ocean depths at the speed of light via unseen cables, is hard to imagine.”
B.C. needs to upgrade hundreds of kilometres of dikes, mostly in the Lower Mainland
Whales in New Zealand's Hauraki Gulf consume about three million microplastics per day, a new study has found.
Playing recordings of a healthy ocean attracts animals to degraded habitats, suggesting that sound could be used to help restore marine ecosystems.
An important milestone for Tasmania’s aquaculture industry was achieved today with the House of Assembly passing legislation to allow for marine research in Commonwealth waters off the coast of Tasmania.
Farmers in Galway and across the northwest of Ireland will take part in a €7.4 million project to protect and restore machair habitats.
Blue bonds, like green bonds, can catalyse global capital to work towards the conservation of our marine ecosystems
Remote sensing satellite imagery has the potential to monitor and understand dynamic environmental phenomena by retrieving information about Earth’s surface. Marine ecosystems, however, have been studied with less intensity than terrestrial ecosystems due, in part, to data limitations.
The Surfrider Foundation Australia organised a protest against the seawall that is being erected between Narrabeen and Collaroy.
The German linguist Heinrich Zimmer once described the ocean as "limitless and immortal … the beginning and end of all things on Earth".
Sustainable Marine is set to demonstrate that Nova Scotia can produce vast amounts of clean and predictable energy from its world-famous tidal streams, after completing construction of its substation at Grand Passage.
The number of coastal properties in Ireland previously considered under threat from coastal flooding due to climate change — some 70,000 — is likely to increase in the wake of a recent United Nations report.
Parts of the coast were made "unswimmable" because of sewage pollution near beaches, Surfers Against Sewage claim.
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A 170m self-propelled fish farm developed by Ocean Ark Tech (OATECH) of Chile and its strategic ally, London-based Ocean Sovereign, is one step closer to delivering fish to market after winning a key approval.
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The collective mark will help consumers select fishery and seafood products produced with sustainable and responsible practices that foster community development.
Hundreds of fish of all species died and were dragged last Friday to the coastal coast of the municipality of Sabana de la Mar in Hato Mayor until reaching Miches, in El Seibo, for unknown causes.
The Prefecture of Central Macedonia on Monday announced plans for the redesign of Thessaloniki’s shoreline, plans that include botanical gardens and swimming pools in the sea.
International regulators are looking to protect the key seabird feeding ground as a high-seas marine protected area.
At this month’s climate talks in Scotland, a lot of time was spent condemning the shortage of money available to fight global warming.
The cascading natural disasters in British Columbia have destroyed key pieces of infrastructure that experts say should trigger a nationwide risk assessment to prepare for Canada’s rapidly changing climate.
Swiss marine engine designer and power system integrator WinGD has revealed that its engines will be able to run on methanol and ammonia from 2024 and 2025 respectively.
Coastal Planning & Engineering Professor Nigel Pontee recently led the production of a report for the UK Environment Agency which will inform future assessment of coastal squeeze and the requirement for the creation of compensatory habitat.
Amid the hundreds of corporate commitments that poured out of COP26, one stood out. Recognising the role of retailers in the race to protect the future of our planet, the CEOs of Sainsbury’s, M&S, Waitrose, Co-op and Tesco committed to halving the environmental impact of a weekly food shop and – crucially – to halting the loss of nature by 2030.
Government has introduced new laws to regulate vending activities on the beaches and coastal areas of Turks and Caicos Islands, in response to major challenges and concerns resulting from an upsurge of vending activity in those areas.