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Rough seas are hampering response to Mauritius ship leak; oil spill reaches 1,000 tons

The spreading disaster is threatening protected habitats and tourism in the Indian Ocean island nation. France and Japan have pledged help.

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Renewable Hydrogen “Gigastack” Monster Rises From UK Seas

renewable hydrogenPhase 2 of the UK’s Gigastack renewable hydrogen project leaps in scale from a measly 5 megawatts to 100 megawatts all in one fell swoop

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Airport Runways Underwater: Rising Seas Threaten 80 Airports (Maps)

RESOURCE Watch for PARTICULAR GUEST POST __ NO ONE ELSE APPROVED“While global climate-related threats like droughts, wildfires and biodiversity loss get a lot of attention (and rightfully so), one problem is quietly creeping up on us, and it could have disastrous consequences,” Mansie Hough at the World Resources Institute (WRI) recently wrote in an email to CleanTechnica

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Commentary: Save our seas

Its contribution to life is more than the forest. The amount of trash and pollution has damaged our marine ecosystem and the number of gyres and dead zones has increased. The Pacific Ocean has two gre…

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Illegal fishing boat detained on high seas by USCG with 80 tons of … – KTUU.com


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Illegal fishing boat detained on high seas by USCG with 80 tons of …
KTUU.com
An illegal fishing vessel was detained Saturday by the U.S. Coast Guard off the coast of Japan for illegally harvesting squid and salmon with driftnets on the high …

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Dasher Electric Yacht From Hinckley Is The Tesla Of The Seas

HInckley Dasher electric yachtThe Hinckley Dasher is the first all electric luxury yacht. It is smooth, svelte and ‘spensive and comes with batteries supplied by BMW.

CleanTechnica

The ocean ‘is losing its breath’: Number of ‘dead zones’ with no oxygen in open seas has quadrupled in just half a century due to global warming

Climate change is starving the Earth’s oceans of oxygen, endangering marine wildlife across the globe, research has found. The number of open ocean ‘dead zones’ – areas with no oxygen in which animal life suffocates and dies – has quadrupled in just 50 …

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Will more snow over Antarctica offset rising seas – Space Daily


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Will more snow over Antarctica offset rising seas
Space Daily
One was supposed to be heavier snowfall over the vast continent of Antarctica. Warmer air will hold more moisture and thus generate more snow to fall inland and slightly rebuild the glacier, according to climate model projections. Not so fast, says a
Will more snow over Antarctica offset rising seas? Don't count on itUW Today
'Fundamentally unstable': Scientists confirm their fears about East Antarctica's biggest glacierWashington Post
One of Antarctica's Biggest Glaciers Is Eroding Faster Than ThoughtTakePart
International Business Times –TIME –Daily Mail
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Will more snow over Antarctica offset rising seas? Don’t count on it – Phys.Org


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Will more snow over Antarctica offset rising seas? Don't count on it
Phys.Org
The plateau of East Antarctica, the site of most previous ice cores, is relatively high and dry. About 80 percent of the continent's precipitation falls on the lower, stormier edges, like where this core was drilled in 2006-2011. (To prepare scientists
'Fundamentally unstable': Scientists confirm their fears about East Antarctica's biggest glacierWashington Post
Climate Change: 'Fundamentally Unstable' East Antarctica Glacier Heading Toward A Point Of No ReturnInternational Business Times
Antarctica's Totten Glacier could shrink by 180miles due to runaway meltingDaily Mail
TIME –EcoWatch –Tech Times
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The melting of Greenland and Antarctica isn’t just raising seas — it’s changing the Earth’s rotation – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The melting of Greenland and Antarctica isn't just raising seas — it's changing the Earth's rotation
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Sophisticated new gravity research suggests that changes in Earth's climate may actually be having a stunning geophysical effect: slightly moving the location of the planet's spin axis, or axis of daily rotation. In other words, even as the Earth spins
Earth's Rotation is Changing due to Melting of Antarctica and Greenland IceI4U News
Climate Change Causes the Earth's Axis to ShiftNature World News
Blame Global Warming, Earth's North Pole Is Moving To The UKTech Times
Phys.Org –KSNT (press release) (registration) (blog)
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