I had no idea there was a huge shipwreck grave yard so close to New York, but when you consider how much traffic has gone in and out of the city over the last 300 years it starts to make sense. Here's a closer look.
As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and others gathered in Washington, D.C. for the Our Ocean conference, Enric Sala sits down with Andrea Mitchell to explain why the ocean is more than just pretty fish.
Refloating Costa Concordia to be largest maritime salvage in history - Italian authorities gave the green light to refloating the wrecked Costa Concordia cruise ship on Saturday, setting the stage for the next step in the largest maritime salvage in history to begin on Monday morning. The operation to raise the 290-metre hulk from underwater platforms next to the Italian island of Giglio where it sank, killing 32 people, should take six or seven days, the group organising the removal said.
Action Aid Report, May 23, 2014 ▶ GLOBAL POLICIES ENCOURAGE LAND GRABBING AND WORSEN HUNGER AND POVERTY. “Allowing land to become vehicles for wealthy corporations and individuals to become richer while pushing vulnerable rural people into poverty and hunger is unjust, unwise and unethical,” it said in the report. http://www.trust.org/item/20140523061928-bn12w/
▶ LAND GRABS: HOW FOREIGN "INVESTMENTS" ARE REDISTRIBUTING WEALTH, LAND AND WATER ACROSS THE GLOBE
What is produced from proper lighting design? The answer, everything. Reforming the proper lighting (designed from the outset as part of the home design), raises the effect of dramatic as you want at home, in apartments
Fabien Cousteau was still getting his land legs back on Monday after “Mission 31,” which wrapped up on July 2 after the 46-year-old adventurer spent 31 days at the Aquarius Reef Base, the world’s only undersea research station, located a few miles south of the Florida Keys and 60 feet below the surface.The experience gave [...]
CAN WE SAVE THE TUNA? The fight to save tuna has been a long one and, although there have been some big successes, it isn’t over yet. Whether you are a rhino, an elephant, a tiger or a tuna, if bits of you become extremely valuable then morality flies out of the window and the utterly unethical move in to make their money.
University professor-turned-filmmaker Jason Osder (pictured) discusses the legal and technical challenges that arose during the more than 10 years he spent making his all-archival doc debut Let the Fire Burn.