Oceans Commission proposes eight ways to reverse degradation of high seas
Report calls for urgent global action to save oceans from pollution and acidification
How China plans to phase out single-use plastics by 2025
However, it must ensure fair practices to achieve environmentally-driven, economically viable expectations
Another grim climate report on oceans: What will it take to address the compounding problems?
Rapid reduction of greenhouse gas emissions must be achieved across institutional boundaries
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Caribbean countries growing at the cost of their ocean: report
The Caribbean Sea is a crucial resource for the 40 million people who inhabit the region’s small island states
It's time to speak up about noise pollution in the oceans
Noise is the "forgotten pollutant", but the good news is that unlike many other pollutants it can be switched off if we try
Making waves: the tsunami risk in Australia
Australia is surrounded by ocean, so it is not immune to the effects of tsunamis. But how significant is the risk?
17,00,32,429 pieces of plastic litter Kerala’s coast: Study
Malappuram is the most littered district in Kerala, while Alappuzha is the least, the study found
Chinese ban causes re-routing of plastic waste imports to Asia
More plastic waste is now making its way to Southeast Asia even as many countries are mooting plastic bans
It is time we protect our oceans
Oceans also drive the climate, and most importantly, they act as a buffer against climate change
China bans foreign waste – but what will happen to the world's recycling?
The world's largest recyclable materials importer will leave other countries searching for alternative waste management solutions
Big business, children join Oceans Day celebration
The presence of big business representatives at the conference is significant to ensure their participation in ocean protection
Death metal: how nickel played a role in the world's worst mass extinction
A new study unravels evidence of a link between the genesis of nickel and the onset of the Great Dying some 250 million years ago
UK plastic waste threatens Arctic ecosystem
Out of the 13 billion single-use plastic bottles annually bought in the UK, only 50 per cent are recycled
Heat content in oceans doubled in 10 years, finds study
Earth’s oceans have absorbed 90 per cent of the heat from global warming
Biomonitors for pollution
Seaweeds could act as indicators of heavy metal pollution in sea
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Can the world beat plastic?
Pollution caused by plastic is a major issue in today’s world. But solutions to tackle it and dispose plastic waste safely do exist
Voluntary commitments can protect the ocean
Since the time taken to negotiate environmental commitments is not always worth the outcome, the UN Ocean Conference is doing away with this time lag
Why eat plastic?
New research reveals animals and marine species consume plastic debris because it smells and looks like a delicious meal
Blue growth essential to combat hunger, reduce poverty: FAO DG
African nations are increasingly realising the need to diversify beyond land-based activities and build their countries’ relationship with …
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