Toronto StarRhino poaching: More rhinos are dying than are being bornToronto StarErin Conway-Smith Global Post South Africa's rhinos are being poached at record rates, their horns trafficked to Asia to be ground up and used in an attempt to treat...
SHANGHAI -- The oil spills from offshore wells operated by ConocoPhillips in China's Bohai Bay are posing political and technical challenges for the oil company far messier than the crude and drilling mud seeping from the seabed.
After half a century of oil spills, Nigeria's troubled Niger Delta is one of the most polluted places on Earth, and it could take $1 billion and 30 years to clean up the mess, according to a U.N. report released Thursday.
Charlie Mayhew, the chief executive of Tusk Trust, said: "What we have witnessed over the last 18 months or two years has been a significant escalation in the poaching of both rhino for rhino horn and elephant for ivory, ...
Scientists have developed a method to measure the real consequences of oil spills. What was discovered surpassed worst expectations. The ground zero victims are plankton - the foundation necessary for all aquatic animals and water vitality.
Deep sea corals appear to have been seriously harmed by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, according to scientists.
A survey of one site near the well in the Gulf of Mexico uncovered "compelling evidence" of pollution damage. Coral communities more than 1,220 metres (4,000ft) below the surface of the ocean appeared stressed and discoloured.
Tests showed that oil from the site bore Deepwater Horizon's chemical "fingerprint".
Determining the impact of oil spills at the bottom of the ocean can be difficult because oil seeps naturally from cracks in sea floor.
The explosion, in April 2010, poured an estimated 405m litres (160m gallons) of oil into the Gulf, causing a major environmental disaster.
Oil spills are one of the most environmentally damaging events known to man, and cleaning it up is expensive and time consuming business. Since we have advanced in so many ways technologically over the years, it makes ...
TED Talks In this bracing talk, coral reef ecologist Jeremy Jackson lays out the shocking state of the ocean today: overfished, overheated, polluted, with indicators that things will get much worse. Astonishing photos and stats make the case.
There is another source other than BP that is polluting our oceans, and doing so on a much larger scale. However, it is getting very little press. It's called “The Great Pacific Garbage Patch”. A Vortex Of Death… The Great ...
Global warming: Thick, multi-year Arctic ice melting faster. Posted on March 1, 2012 by admin. More trouble in the far north … 1980. The bright white central mass shows the perennial sea ice while the larger light blue area shows the full extent ...
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