A new poll suggests national indifference to Japan's whaling. (RT @ZutPetje: End #whaling forever!"
LINK: The Portland-Seattle based law firm of #Miller #Nash will represent the outlaw Japanese whaling fleet which is targeting endangered whales in an international whale sanctuary in violation of a global moratorium on whaling. They are seeking to shut down Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s efforts to defend and protect whales in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary.
Why animals are bigger in colder climates decoded - Animals living near colder climates are bigger in size because being heftier allows them several benefits like reducing body hea (Why animals are bigger in colder climates decoded!
Since 1998 photojournalist Brian Skerry has worked for National Geographic Magazine as a specialist in marine wildlife and underwater environment. In this fascinating TED talk, he shares his work in marine conservation and his love of the ocean.
Identifying Shark Fins: Oceanic Whitetip, Porbeagle and Hammerheads to help users rapidly identify dried shark fins found in fishing ports, sold by seafood dealers, or traded across international boundaries. This guide describes the key characteristics that can be used to quickly and easily distinguish the first dorsal fins of these five species from other types of shark fins in trade.
Sea Shepherd Vs.Dolphin MurdererGlobal Animal(OCEAN CONSERVATION) Captain Paul Watson's mission to end illegal whaling and protect marine wildlife seems to have no bounds, as the founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is now offering a monetary..."
The Biological SCENEThe Coral-Seaweed BattlegroundThe Biological SCENE“There's this argument among coral reef people about what's killing the coral: Is it bleaching, pollution, overfishing, global warming?
Malaysia, 5 other countries to share maritime data to curb overfishingThe Star OnlinePUTRAJAYA: Plans are in place for Malaysia and five other countries to share their data on maritime movement under the Coral Triangle Initiative-Coral Reefs...
Global fisheries are gutting the world economy by US$13 billion annually, according to an economic analysis published July 13 in the journal PLoS ONE. National subsidies that encourage overfishing cause the most losses, the analysis claims.
'Humans must immediately implement a series of radical measures to halt carbon emissions or prepare for the collapse of entire ecosystems.' Chris Hedges, TruthDig...
November 26, 2012: Humans must immediately implement a series of radical measures to halt carbon emissions or prepare for the collapse of entire ecosystems and the displacement, suffering and death of hundreds of millions of the globe’s inhabitants, according to a report commissioned by the World Bank. The continued failure to respond aggressively to climate change, the report warns, will mean that the planet will inevitably warm by at least 4 degrees Celsius (7.2 degrees Fahrenheit) by the end of the century, ushering in an apocalypse.... http://readersupportednews.org/off-site-opinion-section/54-54/14730-focus-stand-still-for-the-apocalypse
Baja, Mexico. This is the only lagoon of its kind left in the world — where mother gray whales travel thousands of miles from Alaska each year, encountering many risks along the way, to give birth to their babies without human disturbance.