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The Radical Tools That Could Save Coral Reefs
New report examines experimental intervention techniques in hopes of sustaining reefs in a warming world.
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Coral Scientists Eye ‘Radical Intervention’ To Save The World’s Reefs
“The dire situation is here now," said the coordinator of NOAA’s Coral Reef Watch.
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Our Oceans Are A Human Casualty
Dana Ellis Hunnes PhD
PhD, Speaker, Dietitian, and Adjunct Professor at UCLA Fieldin...
Our agricultural runoff, oil rigs, plastic, fish-glut, and noises are killing the ocean.
Australia Floats Plan To Keep Corals Cool In A Warming World
A $9 million pilot project aims to protect key areas of the Great Barrier Reef from bleaching.
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Cruise Ship Crash Hits One Of Indonesia's Most Spectacular Coral Reefs
Repairing the damage in the national underwater park could cost $2 million.
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50 Reefs Initiative Is Good News For Coral Reefs
Dr. Madhavi Colton
Program Director, Coral Reef Alliance
We have watched the dramatic decline of these spectacular underwater worlds.
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Ecologists Steel For Even More Coral Bleaching On Great Barrier Reef
The devastating die-off appears to be heading toward yet another record.
Two Creative Approaches Could Provide Hope For Future Of Corals
Senior Vice President, Oceans
A Few Rays of Hope However, I am optimistic for two important reasons. First, scientists are rapidly learning how to identify
'Green News Report' - November 29, 2016
Brad Friedman and Desi Doyen
Co-hosts of the radio’s nationally syndicated ‘Green News Report’
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issues eviction notice to Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp; U.S
Coral Reefs: Living and Dying in an Era of Climate Change
Dr. Madhavi Colton
It has taken only about a century of modern humanity to put coral reefs on a collision course with extinction.
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Think Blue: Finding Growth in the Caribbean Sea
Social entrepreneur, ocean expert, World Bank veteran
While there is still a long path to tread, the nations of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), have already
Youthful Hope to Save the Sea
Diver, Conservationist. Working for a better world. Founding M...
This post is part of a series produced by The Huffington Post in partnership with Secretary of State John Kerry's Our Ocean
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Mass Global Coral Bleaching Wasn’t A Thing 30 Years Ago -- Until Exxon Made It A Thing
Global Climate Impacts coordinator for 350.org. Working with a...
Exxon’s executives and their allies robbed us of a generation’s worth of action on climate.
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Saving The Great Barrier Reef Will Cost $6.3 Billion
The Queensland government has agreed to recommendations that will help the reef survive climate change.
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BP Risks Whales And Our World
Dr Reese Halter
Over the previous four months, my colleagues have documented nature collapsing under the sea and on land in Australia from rising temperatures.
The Laws Of Ecology And The Survival Of The Human Species
Captain Paul Watson
Founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
I was raised in a small fishing village on the Passamaquoddy Bay in New Brunswick, Canada and I still vividly remember the way things were in the Fifties. The way things were then is not the way things are now.
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Swathes Of The Great Barrier Reef Suffer 'Complete Ecosystem Collapse'
In parts of the reef, fish have vanished and corals have died en masse.
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