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Nauru: A Human Dumping Ground

Once powered by the riches of a phosphate mine, the former jewel of the Oceania is currently not much more than the blighted home of the international refugees Australia doesn't want. By Julie Morse In the vast expanse of ocean between ... Pacific Standard, 2 weeks ago

Unnatural Selection

Ruth Gates fell in love with the ocean while watching TV. When she was in elementary school, she would sit in front of The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau, mesmerized. The colors, the shapes, the diversity of survival strategies—life beneath ...
 New Yorker2 weeks ago

Changing Everything

Among climate change activists, solutions usually center on a transition to renewable energy. There may be differences over whether this would be best accomplished by a carbon tax, bigger subsidies for wind and solar power, divestment from fossil ...
 Peak Oil3 weeks ago

Weve changed a life-giving nutrient into a deadly pollutant. How can we change it back?

Coastal dead zones, global warming, excess algae blooms, acid rain, ocean acidification, smog, impaired drinking water quality, an expanding ozone hole and biodiversity loss. Seemingly diverse problems, but a common thread connects them: human ...
 EnvironmentGuru.com1 month ago We've Changed a Life-Giving Nutrient Into a Deadly Pollutant—Can We Change It Back?  AlterNet.org3 weeks ago

Panasonic unveils smart town plan in Japan

 Carbon Reduction,Transport,Smart Cities,Sustainable Energy,Policy,Tech. & Innovation,Asia China's green bonds market to reach $46bn in 2016 6 Apr 2016 The green bonds market in China will reach ¥300 billion ($46 billion) this year  ...
 Climate Action3 weeks ago

Trading Places

By Eric Johnson Legendary Chinese navigator Zheng He sailed fleets of wooden ships across the Indian Ocean in the 15th century, blazing intercontinental sea trails for modern vessels now hauling breakbulk of all sorts between China and Africa.
 Breakbulk3 weeks ago

The Seas Will Save Us: How an Army of Ocean Farmers is Starting an Economic Revolution

This article has been adapted from its original version which was published by In These Times.Im a fisherman who dropped out of high school in 1986 at the age of 14. Over my lifetime, Ive spent many nights in jail. Im an epileptic. Im asthmatic. I ...
 EnvironmentGuru.com3 weeks ago

Sierra Rutile Limited Preliminary Results

Sierra Rutile (LSE:SRX) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Thursday 31 March 2016 TIDMSRX RNS Number : 6209T Sierra Rutile Limited 31 March 2016 Sierra Rutile Limited Audited financial results for the year ended 31 December 2015 London, ...
 ADVFN UK1 month ago

Nacala: Connecting Malawi to markets

For a long time Malawian goods have remained uncompetitive on the international market because of high transport costs. Similarly, the high transport costs have made imports extremely expensive as traders recoup the costs by passing them on to ...
 Times.mw1 month ago
National Law Review

Proposed Air Quality Rules May Pose Challenge to Offshore Oil and Gas Industry

Introduction On March 17, 2016, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) published a proposed rule to update the agency's air quality regulations at 30 C.F.R. Part 550, Subparts A, B, and C. Comments on the proposed rule will be due 60 days ...
 National Law Review1 month ago
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