Coastal erosion claimed three homes in Hemsby last weekend and a further two properties in the village are deemed at serious risk. Are there other Hemsbys along the coast and what can be done to protect the communities which live there?
TMC the metals company Inc. (Nasdaq: TMC) (“TMC” or the “Company”), an explorer of the world’s largest estimated undeveloped source of critical battery metals, today announced that it has entered into a non-binding MOU with Pacific Metals Co Ltd (PAMCO) of Japan, to evaluate the toll treatment of an initial quantity of 1.3 million tonnes of wet polymetallic nodules per year at PAMCO’s Hachinohe smelting facility starting in 2025, consistent with the commencement of TMC’s planned first commercial production by end of 2024.
OSLO — Norway’s Loke Marine Minerals has acquired deep-sea mining firm UK Seabed Resources (UKSR) from Lockheed Martin, the companies said on Thursday.
The National Oceanography Center (NOC) developed WireWall, a system designed to measure the speed and volume of overtopping water on a wave-by-wave basis in the field. The aim is to reduce uncertainty in overtopping forecasts and improve hazard warning systems.
March 16 (UPI) -- A vast majority of 32 coral reefs examined around the world are suffering from low oxygen levels because of global warming, and the threat to marine ecosystems is expected to get worse, according to a study published Thursday.
HLP believes project developers will struggle to meet demand based on current logistics practices and equipment provision.
Vriko Yu launched a startup on the back of her Ph.D. studies in biological sciences. Now she’s the CEO of Archireef, a climate tech venture that’s working to restore fragile marine ecosystems by using 3D printing technology and some good old-fashioned terracotta.
According to the most recent assessment from Mexico’s secretary of the navy, the Riviera Maya might witness up to 3 feet of sargassum buildup this week alone.
China will pay more attention to the research and development of techniques and equipment used for deep-sea mining, according to a senior researcher in the country's shipbuilding industry.
(Norfolk, UK) - There were fears the houses could collapse due to coastal erosion in Norfolk.
Seaweed is increasingly seen as a solution to many of the world’s most pressing problems. Interest in farming seaweed has exploded.
Millions of square kilometers of wetlands have been drained or converted to make room for crops, pastures, or development. In some places, up to 80% are gone.
ByCarolyn Wilke / EOS
Rate of plastic entering the oceans could accelerate 2.6 times by 2040 if left unchecked
Uses a century’s worth of data to report on Atlantic Ocean between New England, Bermuda and Africa
Collaboration between ocean industries will need to intensify for the rapid buildout of offshore wind and aquaculture to coexist sustainably with other industries and the ecosystem
BlueInvest is an EU initiative supporting sustainable and innovative technologies and solutions for the blue economy. It provides investment and market readiness assistance to innovative SMEs and start-ups, promotes them to its growing investor community and helps them to raise finance.
Rutgers-led research finds biomineral structures formed by marine algae foment viral infection, contributing positively to capture CO2
Norway leads all Arctic coastal states in terms of shipping traffic increase the 2022 Report Card finds. Norwegian Arctic waters account for nearly two-thirds of all shipping traffic in the region, ahead of Russia and Iceland.
Prime minister visited spill site, a ministerial committee made recommendations – but in terms of preparedness for a future spill, nothing has actually changed
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WASHINGTON — For the first time, United Nations members have agreed on a unified treaty to protect biodiversity in the high seas — nearly half the planet's surface — concluding two weeks of talks in New York.
Consent applications for seawalls are taking on new urgency in Auckland, as coastal residents scramble to stop their homes from collapsing into the water.
Urgent and sustained political engagement is needed to address the health impacts of climate change
Old tree trunks, fences and physically moving the sand about are being used in a 'constant battle with nature'
Companies are diving to the bottom to scoop up metals essential for our EV-driven future. But how much ocean are we willing to sacrifice?
Scientific research from Australia hailing the benefits of great white shark cage-diving appears to contradict suggestions by the Mexican authorities responsible for closing hotspot Guadalupe Island recently that the practice is unsustainable.