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Another gold rush is on the way. It’s not in California, a developing country or even on asteroids. It’s under the sea. There’s a lot of gold there.

Another gold rush is on the way. It’s not in California, a developing country or even on asteroids. It’s under the sea. There’s a lot of gold there.

According to a new study most of the observed global ocean warming over the past 50 years is attributable to human activities.

According to a new study most of the observed global ocean warming over the past 50 years is attributable to human activities.

Natural News tests flu vaccine for heavy metals, finds 25,000 times higher mercury level than EPA limit for water

Natural News tests flu vaccine for heavy metals, finds 25,000 times higher mercury level than EPA limit for water

video:  Tiny particles, huge threat (swissinfo.ch)   effects of microplastics in our ocean

Tiny particles, huge threat

video: Tiny particles, huge threat (swissinfo.ch) effects of microplastics in our ocean

One major threat from climate change is the rising global sea level. At the coast, the rising seas will wipe out infrastructure and threaten wildlife. If ocean water moves deeper into landmasses, the salt will contaminate sources required for drinking water and agriculture.  A solid understanding of how quickly the sea level is rising, and the major contributing factors, is critical to developing practical plans to limit the problems and deal with the inevitable.  #Philippines

One major threat from climate change is the rising global sea level. At the coast, the rising seas will wipe out infrastructure and threaten wildlife. If ocean water moves deeper into landmasses, the salt will contaminate sources required for drinking water and agriculture. A solid understanding of how quickly the sea level is rising, and the major contributing factors, is critical to developing practical plans to limit the problems and deal with the inevitable. #Philippines

Few places on the planet are as lawless as the high seas, where egregious crimes are routinely committed with impunity. Though the global economy is ever more dependent on a fleet of more than four million fishing and small cargo vessels and 100,000 large merchant ships that haul about 90 percent of the world’s goods, today’s maritime laws have hardly more teeth than they did centuries ago when history’s great empires first explored the oceans’ farthest reaches. #HighSeas #Crime

Few places on the planet are as lawless as the high seas, where egregious crimes are routinely committed with impunity. Though the global economy is ever more dependent on a fleet of more than four million fishing and small cargo vessels and 100,000 large merchant ships that haul about 90 percent of the world’s goods, today’s maritime laws have hardly more teeth than they did centuries ago when history’s great empires first explored the oceans’ farthest reaches. #HighSeas #Crime

Far out in the Pacific Ocean, the tiny Republic of the Marshall Islands has taken on a vital role in international shipping, with its flag flying over the third-largest number of ships in the world.  So when the nation’s foreign minister showed up at a recent meeting of the International Maritime Organization and proposed limiting the amount of climate-warming gases that the shipping industry could emit, he caused a stir.  “It’s a matter of survival for us,” Tony de Brum, the minister of…

Far out in the Pacific Ocean, the tiny Republic of the Marshall Islands has taken on a vital role in international shipping, with its flag flying over the third-largest number of ships in the world. So when the nation’s foreign minister showed up at a recent meeting of the International Maritime Organization and proposed limiting the amount of climate-warming gases that the shipping industry could emit, he caused a stir. “It’s a matter of survival for us,” Tony de Brum, the minister of…

Last week a fleet of Japanese whaling vessels set out toward the Antarctic Ocean for that country’s first whaling expedition in over a year, having stopped the practice at the behest of the International Court of Justice in March of 2014. - See more at: http://theterramarproject.org/thedailycatch/heres-the-ship-that-plans-to-disrupt-japans-whaling-in-the-antarctic-ocean/

Last week a fleet of Japanese whaling vessels set out toward the Antarctic Ocean for that country’s first whaling expedition in over a year, having stopped the practice at the behest of the International Court of Justice in March of 2014. - See more at: http://theterramarproject.org/thedailycatch/heres-the-ship-that-plans-to-disrupt-japans-whaling-in-the-antarctic-ocean/

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