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CAMBRIDGE, Mass., December 5, 2022 – Produced by MIT Technology Review Insights in association with Morgan Stanley, the Blue Technology Barometer 2022/23 (BTB) is the second annual comparative ranking of 66 countries and territories on the progress…
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The UN’s key biodiversity conference, COP15, began on Tuesday in Montreal, Canada, where negotiators will set new targets and goals aimed at arresting the alarming destruction of nature, due by human activity.
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Accelerating action for the blue economy in Fiji
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The research was conducted by scientists at the University working with the charity eXXpedition
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When you think of plastic pollution, you may think of plastic bags strangling sea animals or bottles littering the landscape. But the impacts of plastic pollution go far beyond the finished product and start with how plastics are made.
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The global economy heavily relies on the ocean, with around 90% of goods being transported by sea globally. Yet destruction, overexploitation and pollution continue to damage the ocean. If the pace of ocean deterioration that human-induced climate…
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As negotiations around a global plastic pollution treaty continue, Duke University experts in science, policy, business, history, and medicine, including selected ocean innovators working on the Global Plastics Policy Inventory, outline the urgency…
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Plastics used in farming activities are accumulating in agricultural soil worldwide at an alarming rate, a new report by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) published on Monday reveals.
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This bulletin features examples of SIDS’ leadership across the pillars of the SIDS Offer, including features on Vanuatu’s ambitious climate targets, a digital platform for fisheries in Seychelles, initiatives in innovative finance and digital…
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World Clean Up Day (17 September 2022) unites millions of volunteers, governments and organisations in 191 countries to tackle the global waste problem and build a sustainable world.
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The carbon-sequestering trees flourish in sync with a roughly 18-year tide cycle linked to the moon
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As much of the world was starting to glimpse recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, it now finds itself amid a cost-of-living crisis brought on by disruptions in global energy and food markets that are the result of conflict and climate change. This…