Coastal Care

Our mission is to raise awareness of and mobilize people against the ongoing decimation of coastlines and oceans around the world.

Day: November 14, 2012

To Birds, Storm Survival Is Only Natural

To Birds, Storm Survival Is Only Natural

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy and the northeaster, much of the East Coast looked so battered and flooded, so strewed with toppled trees and stripped of dunes and beaches, that many observers feared the worst. Any day now, surely, the wildlife corpses would start showing up, especially birds…

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Ha Long Bay Clean-Up Could Force Floating Fishing Village Inland

Ha Long Bay Clean-Up Could Force Floating Fishing Village Inland

Vietnamese authorities devise resettlement plan for floating residents, whose dumping of waste is killing their livelihood

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Hurricane Sandy Damage Amplified By Breakneck Development Of Coast

Hurricane Sandy Damage Amplified By Breakneck Development Of Coast

Pell-mell, decades-long rush to throw up housing and businesses along fragile and vulnerable coastlines trumped commonsense concerns about the wisdom of placing hundreds of thousands of closely huddled people in the path of potential cataclysms.

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Climate Adaptation, a Blog by Michael Cote

Climate Adaptation, a Blog by Michael Cote

Despite the bold talk of massive infrastructure improvements in the direct aftermath of the storm called Sandy, Cote wonders if the nation’s famously short memory will prove a barrier now…

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Plastic Pollution

Sand Wars – United Nations-GEA

Sand Mining Detrimental Effects

The World’s Beaches

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