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How climate change is threatening our health
In several recent surveys of physicians in the United States, close to 70 percent report that they are seeing the effects of climate change in their patients, here and now.
How listening to communities can help save our oceans
Listening to communities in remote parts of the world and integrating health and conservation programmes is the key to making a positive impact. Dr Vik Mohan...
This disturbing map shows just how much plastic is floating in our oceans
A data visualization makes the full scale of the problem facing the world’s oceans crystal clear.
Coalition Statement: Next 100 Coalition Responds to Executive Order Threatening Our Most Diverse...
Washington, D.C. – Today, the President signed an Executive Order directing the administration to review national monuments over 100,000 acres designated after 1996 under the Antiquities Act. A significant number of the monuments covered under this review represent designations made under the Antiquities Act by previous presidents to celebrate the diverse people and places that have contributed to our nation’s history. The Next 100 Coalition urges…
Small-scale fisheries are old, driven by tradition and vital for our oceans
Local communities, like those in Senegal and Mexico, often play outsized and overlooked roles in global fisheries.
3 ways AI could threaten our world, and what we need to do to stay safe
What do we need to do to avoid AI being exploited by rogue states, terrorists and criminals?
This video from NASA shows just how much garbage has filled up our oceans
NASA has created a video using data from the last 35 years that shows how our ocean's massive garbage patches formed over time.
How Ghost Fishing Is Haunting Our Ocean
No, ghost fishing has nothing to do with ghostbusters flicking fishing rods from a boat. But what is ghost fishing? It’s a not-at-all-supernatural phenomenon that occurs when lost or discarded fish…
How to stop ghost fishing gear haunting our oceans
Lost or discarded fishing gear is responsible for a 10 percent reduction in global fish stocks
Our Oceans - What If
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The Hidden Brain: How Ocean Currents Explain Our Unconscious Social Biases
“Those who travel with the current will always feel they are good swimmers; those who swim against the current may never realize they are better swimmers than they imagine.”
What's Haunting Our Ocean?
What’s haunting our ocean? Ghost crabs or witch flounder? What about devil rays or goblin sharks? …
What happens when our oceans become landfills?
The scariest things in our oceans right now aren't sharks. They're the 5.25 trillion pieces of trash that float among them.
Why the Ocean?
oneworldoneocean.org -- Our oceans are in trouble. Years of overfishing and pollution have put us on the precipice of disaster. Can we save the ocean?...
What Can We Do To Save Our Oceans
Emma Bradley, age 9, poses the question, "What can we do to help save our oceans?" at the 8th Annual Women Filmmakers' Brunch sponsored by New York Women in ...
Plastic Pollution = Cancer of Our Oceans: What Is the Cure?
By now, many people know that the ocean is filled with plastic debris.A recent study estimates that the amount of plastic waste that washes off land into the ocean each year is approximately 8 million metric tons. Jenna Jambeck, the study’s lead author, helps us visualize the magnitude by comparin...
Tips to prevent plastics from entering our oceans
A new study from the journal Science analyzes the amount of plastics floating in our oceans. Here's what we can do to keep our planet's waters beautiful.
Smart talking: are our devices threatening our privacy?
The long read: Millions of us now have virtual assistants, in our homes and our pockets. But are these products keeping us under surveillance?
What are megaslumps, and how do they threaten our planet?
So-called 'gateways to the underworld' opening up across the Arctic are an ominous consequence of global warming.