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Marine Reserves Can Help Oceans And People Withstand Climate Change

Archived, 119 days ago From Conservation Intl 

In recent years, leading marine scientists have said that protecting large areas of the sea as oceanic reserves carries the added benefit of helping ocean life weather the impacts of climate change. Support for that claim was spread across numerous d ...

These Early Humans Lived 300,000 Years AgoBut Had Modern Faces

Archived, 119 days ago From National Geographic 

Hublin and his colleagues really arent adding anything new except the date.For Wood, though, Hublins use of early modern humans makes sense.Digging yielded stone tools and some enigmatic skull fragments, which scientists initially assigned to an anci ...

FSC to Investigate Korean Conglomerates Palm Oil Operations in Indonesia

Archived, 119 days ago From Mongabay 

The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) has announced that it will investigate the Indonesian oil palm operations of Korean agribusiness conglomerate Korindo in response to a formal complaint submitted by environmental group Mighty Earth. ...

How to Save Our Big Blue Planet

Archived, 120 days ago From Conservation Intl 

When you look at a photograph of the Earth from space, you may be struck by two things. First, you notice small it is: The planet has only limited resources for we humans to use. Second, you notice how blue it is: Over 70% of the planet?s surface is ...

Protecting Wildlife Empowering Women

Archived, 120 days ago From Center for Biological Diversity 

It illustrates not just the potential solutions of solar power but the challenges in implementing it.The women sell solar lanterns to other women and small businesses in areas that lack reliable access to power, allowing people to continue working af ...

The Master Photographer on a Mission to Help us See the Sea

Archived, 120 days ago From National Geographic 

Without photography, the world beneath the ocean?s surface would remain an unseen mystery for most of us. Thank goodness for David Doubilet. ...

A Question of Coral

Archived, 120 days ago From Conservation Intl 

The living backbone of the world?s reefs, coral is suffering. Destructive fishing practices and warming waters are killing coral around the world, most notably Australia?s Great Barrier Reef, which has seen historic die-offs in the past year. ...

One Casualty of White House Budget Cleanup of Toxic Hotspots Along the Great Lakes

Archived, 120 days ago From Audubon Society 

The proposed budget dedicates $0 to the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, which restores polluted land and water leftover from manufacturing, lumber, and mining industries. ...

World Ocean Day Expert Tips For More Sustainable Living

Archived, 120 days ago From Nature Conservancy 

In response to President Trump?s decision to leave the Paris Climate Agreement, mbg is ramping up its sustainability coverage to give you the tools and resources you?ll need to make a real difference. And as signatories of the We Are Still In pledge, ...

First UN Ocean Conference Signals Global Goal Out Of Reach Without Major New Action

Archived, 120 days ago From WWF 

On the concluding day of the first ever United Nations Ocean Conference, WWF calls for unprecedented action to achieve the agreed Ocean sustainable development goal. This comes as member states prepare to endorse a call for action that acknowledges t ...

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