Category: Eco

We Choose the Fate of our Waters

We Choose the Fate of our Waters

I'm not the first one to say it, I know. But this morning it was…

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The Incredible, Edible Trash

The Incredible, Edible Trash

“The times they are a changin’,” Bob Dylan once sang. They were in his time,…

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Nothing Scientific About It

Nothing Scientific About It

There’s nothing scientific about it. That isn’t the official stance of the Japanese government, nor…

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If You Can’t Beat It, Eat It

If You Can’t Beat It, Eat It

You can see it in 1980’s movies, almost like it’s another character actor. Whether it’s…

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Who is the Stephen Hawking of the Sea?

Who is the Stephen Hawking of the Sea?

Stephen Hawking passed away this week, marking a huge loss in the study of the…

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It’s Time to Clean Up

It’s Time to Clean Up

 Trash crowds a beach in Northern Taiwan. Photo: Madlen Muller, Deepblu Things happen over and…

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Humpback Hero Saves Snorkeler

Humpback Hero Saves Snorkeler

The rescue begins. Photo Credit: Caters News Agency Marine biologist Nan Hauser has spent decades…

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The Odd World of the Black Market Turtle Trade

The Odd World of the Black Market Turtle Trade

These turtles, believed to be headed for Hong Kong, were confiscated in the Philippines. Photo: Sabine…

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Report On the Front Lines: The Green Fins’ Approach to Coral Reef Protection

Report On the Front Lines: The Green Fins’ Approach to Coral Reef Protection

A variety of corals form an outcrop on Flynn Reef, part of the Great Barrier…

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Freediving for a Cause: The Watermen Project and Shark Conservation

Freediving for a Cause: The Watermen Project and Shark Conservation

William Winram tagging a hammerhead shark during an expedition in collaboration with the Bimini Shark Lab in…

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