Understanding the interconnections and interdependence needed for a healthy planet to live and the global and collective work needed to fix the damage done is not just a backyard issue, but rather an LGBTQ one, too.
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Unless a wide range of conservation and restoration actions are taken, we could lose up to 70 percent of coral reefs by 2050.
Both oil spills and plastic pollution kill ocean wildlife in obvious, quick ways and slow, insidious ways.
June 11 (Bloomberg) -- BP Plc's oil spill may drive down Gulf Coast property values by 10 percent for at least three years, according to a forecast by...
"Ocean sprawl" is a combination of offshore oil rigs, shipping lanes, wind farms and ever more ocean uses--and it puts increased pressure on ocean and coastal resources already under enormous strain.
ALBANY, N.Y. — Faced with more beaches closures, depleted shellfish beds and sharply reduced commercial fisheries, New York is poised to act aga...
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