The Washington State Department of Ecology recently announced it has fined Seasoft Scuba Gear Inc. US$197,000 (~173,734 Euros) for allegedly dumping hazardous waste containing lead and arsenic down the toilet, into a storm drain and onto the ground.
http://bangordailynews.com/2019/03/01/news/hancock/value-of-maine-scallop-landings-dropped-by-37-percent-last-year/Maine’s 2018 scallop harvest fell by 37 percent in value and by 30 percent in volume from the prior year, according to state officials. Despite the dropoff, the fishery continues to be relatively productive and […]
https://www.deeperblue.com/decision-on-whether-to-continue-allowing-shark-killing-in-great-barrier-reef-due-out-soon/A decision by Australia’s Administrative Appeals Tribunal on whether to continue allowing the killing of sharks in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is due out soon.
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/feb/24/britain-carnivore-badger-stoat-otter-pine-marten-numbers-increasingBritain’s carnivore numbers are booming after clampdown on hunting and pollution They must survive government culls, gamekeepers, poisoning, persecution and increasingly busy roads but, in modern times at least, Britain’s carnivores have never had it […]