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ATLANTA - A coastal Georgia nonprofit is challenging a plan by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to do away with seasonal limitations on dredging activities that have long protected sea turtles and other marine life.
The coastal experts discuss the beauty of the Ocean State’s iconic shoreline and the many challenges it faces
To visitors, Pakiri Beach still looks like a slice of paradise; a long, empty arc of white sand extending from the Pakiri to Mangawhai. For locals like Haddon, there's worry. The beach has changed and not for the better.
Supporters of the seabed mining ban say the practice would hurt sensitive habitats on Washington's coast.
It’s common to hear the phrase “There is no use in dredging things up,” but when it comes to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – the people charged with keeping U.S. waterways unobstructed for boats and ships – they feel just the opposite is true.
Summit to feature prominent researchers, innovators, decision-makers, and funders on cutting edge of creating and advancing solutions in ocean-climate nexus.
Activists with Greenpeace groups in Kingston and Richmond protested against government plans to promote mining in the Pacific Ocean this weekend (April 24-25).
THE National Trust for Scotland is calling for the expansion of Scotland’s Marine Protected Area (MPA) network to protect and preserve sea life and help support coastal communities and economies.
The week surrounding Earth Day 2021 was a good one for proponents of saving coral reefs both off the shores of the Florida Keys and around the world.
A California-based animal rights group is urging Canada's minister of fisheries and oceans to not issue the export permit that Mystic Aquarium needs to acquire five beluga whales from Marineland of Canada in Niagara Falls.
California lawmakers are urging federal officials and Congress to act after researchers mapped what appeared to be more than 25,000 barrels dumped in an area off the coast of Los Angeles known for DDT contamination.
Marine biologists warn that the western Pacific leatherback could go extinct without immediate conservation measures and transnational cooperation.
Scientists like those at Savannah's Caretta Research Project, who study sea turtles on Wassaw Island, are finding plastic everywhere. Not just as litter on beaches where turtles nest, but inside the turtles, too.
Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an agreement Thursday with the Army Corps of Engineers that will continue work on a key reservoir in Everglades restoration.
Fishermen, hunters, and others say safeguards would help nature and communities from North Carolina to Florida
Toxic algae poses a health risk
Increased funds now for sea-level rise research can save money in the long run.
Plastic, pesticides and other toxic substances are devastating the world’s fish and marine animals, according to a report released Tuesday.
(Albany, NY) Today, the Senate passed legislation in honor of Earth Day to continue protecting the state’s environment.
Louisiana, and of course New Orleans, will be ground zero over the next few years in the battle against climate change.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently determined that Ohio waived its right to issue a water quality certification (WQC) under section 401 of the Clean Water Act (CWA) for the 16 new Nationwide Permits (NWPs) that went into effect on March 15, 2021.
Coastal restoration initiative threatens fishing, dolphins, economies, cultures, foes say
The presidents of two energy lobbying groups recently lamented the shenanigans currently going on in the Louisiana Legislature in support of the coastal lawsuits.
One of the rarest birds in North America is making a comeback.