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Book review: The Seaweed Revolution, by Vincent Doumeizel

Book review: The Seaweed Revolution, by Vincent Doumeizel

By Jeremy Williams I was on holiday on the South Coast this summer, and when I’m by the sea I like to read about it. This time I chose Vincent Doumeizel’s The Seaweed Revolution, which is a book I have been anticipating for some time. I expect ocean farming to be one of the big stories of this century, an […]

Earth911 Podcast: Ship It Zero Aims for a Decarbonized Shipping Industry by 2030

Earth911 Podcast: Ship It Zero Aims for a Decarbonized Shipping Industry by 2030

The UN’s International Maritime Association reported in 2020 that the shipping industry — the ships moving freight between the continents — accounts for 2.89% of annual global CO2 emissions. Between 1990 and 2020, shipping volumes “more than doubled,” according to Statista, and during the COVID-19 pandemic, shipping grew faster, at as much as 16.4% a year, according to the U.S. […]

Analysis: Leading scientist accuse Guardian of misinformation as Danish researchers highlight concerns over potential collapse of the AMOC current system

Analysis: Leading scientist accuse Guardian of misinformation as Danish researchers highlight concerns over potential collapse of the AMOC current system

A proposed tipping cascade where the AMOC would mediate a connection between the other tipping elements. Graphic credit: Nico Wunderling, Jonathan F. Donges, Jürgen Kurths, and Ricarda Winkelmann – Earth System Dynamics paper – Interacting tipping elements increase risk of climate domino effects under global warming, CC BY 4.0 via Wikimedia. By Anders Lorenzen In a recent study, Danish researchers […]

Analysis: Colombia’s offshore wind power plans spark hope and caution

Analysis: Colombia’s offshore wind power plans spark hope and caution

An offshore wind farm in Europe. Colombia’s Caribbean coast has great potential for offshore wind power projects but is also home to protected areas of ecological importance. Photo credit: Tho Ge / Pixabay. By Daniela Quintero Díaz Government seeks to accelerate offshore projects with an upcoming auction, as experts say regulations and safeguards still need fine-tuning. The wind and the strength of […]

The US pledges billions to protect the world’s oceans

The US pledges billions to protect the world’s oceans

US John Kerry speaks during the 2023 Our Ocean Conference, in Panama City, Panama. Photo credit: Reuters / Aris Martinez. By Anders Lorenzen As a part of a landmark oceans agreement, the US has pledged $6 billion to protect oceans alongside tackling climate change. Announced by US climate envoy John Kerry, the country’s commitment includes a total of 77 different […]

Earth911 Podcast: Captain Paul Watson on Urgent Actions to Save Our Ocean

Earth911 Podcast: Captain Paul Watson on Urgent Actions to Save Our Ocean

Captain Paul Watson, founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, joins Earth911’s Mitch Ratcliffe to talk about his new book, Urgent: Save Our Ocean to Survive Climate Change. He calls on readers to take action to reduce their environmental impact and through protest. A controversial figure in the environmental movement because of his willingness to engage in direct action, Paul […]

Earth911 Podcast: Discover The Atlas of Disappearing Places With Christina Conklin

Earth911 Podcast: Discover The Atlas of Disappearing Places With Christina Conklin

The Atlas of Disappearing Places, a new book by Christina Conklin and Marina Psaros, is a catalog of the coastal, island, and deep ocean locations around the world most at risk during the climate crisis. It also forecasts how humanity, including individuals, governments, and businesses, can collaborate to restore the planet. Christina Conklin, co-author of The Atlas of Disappearing Places, […]