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Nourishing Billions | Virtual Ocean Dialogues

Nourishing Billions | Virtual Ocean Dialogues

Around 1 billion people rely on fish as their main source of animal protein, while many others also gain nutritional benefit other aquatic foods such as seaweed, algae and shellfish. Meanwhile, 10%-12% of the world’s population rely on fish for their livelihoods. All of this is under considerable threat due …

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Ocean Climate Action Webinar

Ocean Climate Action Webinar

In a time of crisis, we look for hope and action. The climate crisis prompted millions of youth around the world to demand action, and a “Green New Deal,” was born. But the Green New Deal lacked the “Blue.” The Center for the Blue Economy has partnered with Blue Frontier …

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Innovative Climate Solutions: Project Drawdown & Ocean Climate Trust | Future 500 Summit at EarthX

Innovative Climate Solutions: Project Drawdown & Ocean Climate Trust | Future 500 Summit at EarthX

The pace and scale of climate change is accelerating while our efforts to address it lag well behind. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s 2030 targets on the CO2 reductions needed to avert catastrophic climate are looking unlikely to be reached. New approaches to addressing the climate crisis are desperately …

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OCEAN LIFE CAN REBOUND IN JUST 30 YEARS. THIS IS WHAT I CALL HOPE ️️️️️️ . . Sci…

OCEAN LIFE CAN REBOUND IN JUST 30 YEARS. THIS IS WHAT I CALL HOPE ️️️️️️
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OCEAN LIFE CAN REBOUND IN JUST 30 YEARS. THIS IS WHAT I CALL HOPE ????️️️️️️???? . . Science shows that there is in fact hope, but we must act NOW! Double-tap if you are part of this movement ???????????? . . Join @solidarify to make a stance against plastic pollution …

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And this is why we should care about how we buy and dispose of plastic. It’s no…

And this is why we should care about how we buy and dispose of plastic.

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And this is why we should care about how we buy and dispose of plastic. It’s not about trying to make your life difficult or be annoying about hating on plastic. It’s about the life threatening consequences for wildlife. Our curlers, plastic bags, ropes, sandals, bottles, straws and plastic silverware …

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Satellites can identify ocean plastic pollution

Satellites can identify ocean plastic pollution

Satellites can be used to successfully identify plastics floating on the surface of the sea, a study has found, with the potential to help ocean clean-ups. Data from the European Space Agency’s Sentinel-2 satellites was used to develop the method, which allows aggregations of plastic pieces and items such as …

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A scientific study says that ocean life could rebound in 30 years but, we have t…

A scientific study says that ocean life could rebound in 30 years but, we have t...

A scientific study says that ocean life could rebound in 30 years but, we have to act now!!♻️???? . Double Tap ❤️ if you are part of this change!! . . ????: @climatecards . . •••••••••⁠ ???? Turn Posts Notifications ON, don’t miss our content!⁠⁠ ✔ Follow us on Facebook. …

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Scientists say ocean life could rebound in 30 years — if we act now

Scientists say ocean life could rebound in 30 years — if we act now

News on climate in the time of coronavirus Subscribe today This story was originally published by the Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The glory of the world’s oceans could be restored within a generation, according to a major new scientific review. It reports …

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We just put this here to brighten your day  Penguins and Polar Bears live in ar…

We just put this here to brighten your day 

Penguins and Polar Bears live in ar...

We just put this here to brighten your day ???? Penguins and Polar Bears live in areas with the coldest temperatures possible. So it’s no surprise when they get affected by global warming. If we want to keep these cute species in our ecosystem, we have to take steps to reduce global …

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Lego bricks in the ocean could take 1,300 years to degrade

Lego bricks in the ocean could take 1,300 years to degrade

A Lego brick could survive in the ocean for as many as 1,300 years, according to a new study. Researchers at the University of Plymouth analysed bricks that had washed up on the coastlines of southwest England. They confirmed the ages of individual pieces and weighed them, then compared the …

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