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Plastic Waste Pollutes Adriatic coast

News, Pollution
Dec
7

Such pollution is a regular occurrence, but it has increased this year.

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Blue Flag or Red Herring: Do beach awards encourage the public to visit beaches?

Surveys of beach visitor motivation in Ireland, Wales, Turkey and the USA indicate that beach awards play an insignificant role in motivation to visit beaches.

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Russian Nuclear Power Plants Project

Blog
Nov
20

The idea of floating nuclear plant is simple, if quite scary: Outfit a barge with two 35-megawatts reactors, float them to a spot off the coast and run cables to land to distribute power. An FNPP set-up this size could power a city of 200,000.

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EPA Tells Coastal States to Consider Rising Ocean Acidity

News, Pollution
Nov
16

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says some states with coastal waters that are becoming more acidic because of carbon dioxide, should list them as impaired.

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Record number of British beaches reach highest European standards

News, Pollution
Nov
15

The number of blue flag beaches in England fell from 82 in 2008 to 71 last year, largely as a result of detritus and pollution. However, 86.2% of beaches (425) in England and Wales meet higher guideline standards this year, a huge increase from previous figures.

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India Creates a National Green Tribunal to Try Environmental Cases

News, Pollution
Oct
19

It is the third country to set up a separate judiciary for environmental cases, after Australia and New Zealand.

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PBS Kids to Launch New Web-Based Series About Sustainability

The Story of Stuff’s founder teams up with PBS KIDS to launch a new web-based series about sustainability. The goal is that as kids look at objects and activities in their daily life, they will begin asking: Where does it come from? What is it made of? What happens to it when it’s thrown away?

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Ten Things Kids Want Us to Know About Trash on Beaches and Oceans

Fourth-graders in New York City conducted cleanups at a local beach and tallied every item they found on Ocean Conservancy’s data card, an experience shared by hundreds of thousands of people around the world every year during Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup.

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Experiencing an International Coastal Clean-up Day

Blog, Pollution
Sep
25

Inspiration is often truly found in the most subtle and inconspicuous ways…

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