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Plastiki reaches Australia

News, Pollution
Jul
23

The boat made from recycled plastic bottles reaches Australia. Aim of voyage is to raise awareness of plastic waste and reduce plastic pollution.

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Indian Ocean Sea Level Rise Threatens Millions

Indian Ocean sea levels are rising unevenly and threatening residents in some densely populated coastal areas, particularly those along the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea, Sri Lanka, Sumatra, and Java.

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The Second Life of Green Algae

News, Pollution
Jul
21

Harmful when covering the beaches, green algae can be valued.

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Sea carves new island from Prince Edward Island shore

The sea carved a channel about 100 metres wide through the five-kilometre stretch of sand dunes, cutting it roughly in half.

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BP Weighs New Way to Kill Gulf Well

BP is considering yet another method to kill its ruptured Gulf of Mexico oil well.

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Forging a Coherent Oceans Policy

News, Pollution
Jul
19

White House plans better use of oceans and zoning human uses of coastal seas.

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When sand mining starts, wildlife disappears, Selangor, Malaysia

News, Sand Mining
Jul
18

Wetlands in danger due to sand mining.

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Seeking more details on dispersants

Each day, questions are building about the use of dispersants to battle the oil spewing into the Gulf.

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A 500 million euros Plan to strengthen levees in France

Four and a half months after the disaster caused by storm Xynthia, the french “Plan Digues” is presented.

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