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Fossil Fuel Global Warming Will Soon Kill Coral Reefs:Sorry, this is long but important, and worth reading through if you care about the survival of coral reefs. It is now becoming more and more clear to everyone except fossil fuel industry apologists that IPCC made a very serious... Continue reading →
Innovative Methods of Marine Ecosystem Restoration – Book:Innovative Methods of Marine Ecosystem Restoration offers a ray of hope in an increasingly gloomy scenario. This book is the first presentation of revolutionary new methods for restoring damaged marine ecosystems. Continue reading →
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If you don’t know it yet, you haven’t been paying attention! Angel Azul is poised to premiere at the Environmental Film Festival in Our Nation’s Capitol, an international film festival focused on the films whose themes ride on the commitment to protect and conserve our environment. Sound like…
It is with the deepest sadness that the Global Coral Reef Alliance announces the death of Rogeliano Solis, the brilliant Guna Indian marine biologist and environmental leader from Panama. As Environmental Advisor to …
In a new exhibition, Michael Pawlyn lays out his vision for architecture inspired by the natural world – including biorock buildings grown entirely underwater and whole office blocks being lit by learning from the blind sea star.
Through the hauntingly beautiful lure of Jason deCaire’s Taylor’s underwater life-like statues we witness the birth of an artificial coral reef, learn how we are inextricably connected to the ocean, and are left to consider how our choices will determine what we leave to future generations.…