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Citing Rising Seas, Florida Officials Vote to Cut State in Half

Could global warming lead to the creation of the nation's51st state? Officials in the City of South Miami have voted to cut Florida in two because, they argue, politicians in thenorthern parts of the state are ignoring the problem of rising sea ... Bloomberg, 1 hour ago
South Florida Pushes for Statehood Over Sea Level Concerns HispanicBusiness.com, 9 hours ago
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New Indian Express

Dragonfly that Crosses the Seas to Africa

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM : This evening, look up and you will see Globe Skimmer Dragonflies (Pantala flavescens), famous in Kerala by the name Onathumbi, heading towards the south or south-western direction. A city-based group of nature watchers has ...
 New Indian Express8 hours ago
USA Today

Cruise insider: The luxury of a Regent Seven Seas ship

What's it like sailing on one of the world's most luxurious cruise ships? Now you can see for yourself right here at USA TODAY's Cruise Hub. USA TODAY Travel in recent weeks received special access to luxury line Regent Seven Seas' all-suite Seven ...
 USA Today13 hours ago

Heavy seas delay return of SpaceX Dragon capsule

Heavy seas have delayed a SpaceX Dragon capsule's . Instead of on Tuesday, the unmanned cargo craft's departure from the International Space Station is now planned just before 10 a.m. Saturday, setting up a splashdown less than six hours later in ...
 USA Today1 day ago
New Scientist

Quantum internet could cross seas by container ship

Sign here for your quantum delivery. Quantum networks are super secure, but so far they only cover short distances. Extending this to a sort of quantum internet seems like a technological feat but sending data by container ship could be the ...
 New Scientist1 day ago
Huffington Post

Pacific Islanders Blockade World's Largest Coal Port To Protest Rising Seas (PHOTOS)

Last week a group of Pacific islanders and Australians worked together to form a flotilla of kayaks and traditional canoes to blockade the world's largest coal port in Newcastle, Australia. The action was led by a group of Pacific Climate Warriors , ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago

BRIEF: Kyrgyzstan seeks to access open seas via Iran [Trend News Agency, Baku, Azerbaijan :: ]

Oct. 21--Kyrgyzstan seeks to access Persian Gulf and Oman Sea via Iran, Minister of Transport and Communications of Kyrgyzstan Kalykbek Sultanov said. Having access to the Persian Gulf and Oman Sea is vital for Kyrgyzstan, Iran's Fars news agency ...
 BusinessWeek1 day ago
Washington Times

CARTER & HARRIS: Another EPA alarm about rising seas that aren't rising

Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA ) Administrator Gina McCarthy visited Miami Beach recently to raise awareness about the need to stop global warming in order to save the region from dangerous sea-level rise. How are we going to pump our way ...
 Washington Times1 day ago
RIA Novosti

Russian Governor Urges to Ban High Seas Bunkering After Spills

VLADIVOSTOK, October 20 (RIA Novosti) The governor of Russia's southeasternmost Primorye region in the western Pacific has urged the federal government to ban at-sea refueling for ships after several spills raised environmental concerns, the ...
 RIA Novosti2 days ago Russian Governor Pushes for Ban on At-Sea Bunkering  Ship & Bunker1 day ago Head of Primorsk Territory asks RF Government to ban bunkering on the open sea  Portnews2 days ago

Sino-US naval cooperation in far seas not enough to overcome nearby divergences

Given China's strategic interests, especially in terms of its need to defend seaborne commerce, it's only logical that China is extending its reach into the Indian Ocean. If you are dependent upon seaborne commerce and if you're not comfortable ...
 People.com.cn2 days ago
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