The tide is turning in our knowledge about the ocean’s depths and the critical role it could play in mitigating climate change.
A new federal proposal may reduce the burden and costs for wind energy projects and power lines to ensure compliance with federal wildlife protections.
Environmental groups’ comprehensive review of the latest company-reported data shows monitoring of drinking water sources is urgently needed.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced more than $703 million to fund 41 projects in 22 states and one territory that will improve port facilities through the Maritime Administration’s Port Infrastructure Development Program.
Bolstered by additional funds from the infrastructure law, this year’s PIDP awards will make an unprecedented investment in U.S. port infrastructure, AAPA says.
Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, said many lessons were learned from the inadequate response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Climate change has made it even harder to estimate how many fish there are, and how many there will be next year or the year after. Are the fish gone, or did they move?
Hurricane Ian is one of the most devastating disasters in Florida’s history—a state with a long history of tragedy.
"In 1972, in response to the dire state of our environment and growing public concern, Congress passed a series of bedrock conservation acts to safeguard our nation’s coasts, shores, and marine ecosystems."
Hurricane damages cost an average of $20.5 billion per event in the United States.
It’s easy to forget that the United States is the largest nuclear power producer in the world. In fact, it isn’t even close.
A new collaborative effort between MBARI and other research institutions is leveraging the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to accelerate efforts to study the ocean.
The Takeaway: This popular tool pulls in a wide net of users, from vacation planners and storm-history buffs to technical experts modeling storm risks.
The increasing frequency and strength of severe weather events is forcing the commercial real estate sector to grapple with how to assess future risks.
A half-century after its passage, the Clean Water Act still has a long way to go to ensure safe water for all Americans.
One in every three American adults say they have been personally affected by an extreme weather event in the past two years, according to Gallup.
The temperature spikes can cause trouble for fish, plants and water quality
Communities must apply by December 16 for heat mapping project
Decisionmakers across the globe are grappling with how to account for risk and uncertainty about the impacts of climate change, even as communities already are experiencing significant impacts.
Unique partnership with WHOI and veteran leadership team deploys vital capital to blue economy ‘narwhals’ at the nexus of ocean innovation, science and technology
Fewer tragic narratives about survivors, more stories about the causes of coastal disasters and who benefits from government rebuilding grants
CMRA supports users in evaluating future climate threats to federally-funded projects. It also provides information on various federal grant programs that can fund climate resilience efforts.
When I was a newly minted captain serving in the Pentagon in 2009, the Navy joined four distinct officer communities (intelligence, cryptologic warfare, oceanography and information professional) to form what is now the Navy information warfare community.