Complete Article From the publisher.The Earth’s surface is 70 percent water, but even that underestimates how vital ocean health is to our planet’s ability to maintain life. Recent results from scientists around the world only […]
Complete Article From the publisher.As Australian beaches succumb to destructive coastal surges due to climate change, Wendy Harmer considers the price of inaction at storm-battered Collaroy-Narrabeen • Cast your vote in Australia’s best beach poll […]
Complete Article From the publisher.Rising temperatures can be charted back to the late 1950s, and the last five years were the five hottest on record Last year was the hottest ever measured, continuing an upward […]
Complete Article From the publisher.Studies show slowdown of up to 25%, while speeds over oceans are unaffected or faster Across the world’s land masses, measured wind speeds have been mysteriously weakening for the past 50 […]
Complete Article From the publisher.First global coastline survey shows 16% of tidal flats lost between 1984 and 2016 Coastal development and sea level rise are causing the decline of tidal flats along the world’s coastlines, […]
Complete Article From the publisher.Findings expose ‘big lie’ behind European marine conservation, scientists say Destructive trawling is more intense inside official marine sanctuaries, while endangered fish are more common outside them, a startling analysis of […]
Complete Article From the publisher.The center, funded by the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary foundation, uses a variety of disciplines to focus on environmental issues.
Complete Article From the publisher.Foreign fishermen are facing charges under U.S. law for illegally trafficking and smuggling shark fins.
Complete Article From the publisher.When you think of sea slugs, you might envision dark, slimy relatives of the slugs you see in your garden. But one group of sea slugs, the nudibranchs (pronounced “nood-i-branks”), are […]
Complete Article From the publisher.Ecology and technology have combined to give nature a helping hand, using a robot to deliver heat-tolerant coral larvae directly onto Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in the first small-scale pilot of […]