Sky and National Geographic have joined forces to stop plastic litter ending up in the world’s oceans.
National Geographic will commit $10 million (£7m) and bring its scientific expertise, grants and media to support the activities of Sky Ocean Ventures, which seeks out investment opportunities in businesses that can help solve the ocean National GeographicoceanPlasticSKY Read More
Hidden underwater melt-off in the Antarctic is doubling every 20 years and could soon overtake Greenland to become the biggest source of sea-level rise, according to the first complete underwater map of the world’s largest body of ice.
Warming waters have caused the base of ice near the ocean floor around AntarcticglaciersiceIPCCoceansea level rise Read More
Goal of limiting rise in average global temperatures to below 2C may not prevent ice-free Arctic, scientists warn
"A polar bear drinks Arctic water in Svalbard, Norway. The animals’ habitat is threatened by climate change. Photograph: Barcroft"
Arctic sea ice could vanish in summers this century even if governments achieve a core #G7summit2017#ParisAgreement#PatriciaEspinosa#PolarbearsArticclimatechangeenvironmentG7oceanOceansPolar BearTemperature Read More
Arctic, Atlantic, Indian, Pacific, and Southern, those are the names of Earth’s oceans, which together create the largest biome that covers 71 percent of the whole surface of this planet. Sadly enough, this fantastically vast kingdom with its inhabitants have been sentenced to negative ecological disruptions caused by human society #climatechange-theneweconomy#Marcus Eriksen#sea-lifeenvironmentocean Read More