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Overfishing: Oceans Are Dying Overfishing takes place when the fish are captured at a faster rate than they are able to reproduce.  Today, 90 percent of the sea species at the top position in the marine ecosystems food c The World of 2108 By Captain Paul Watson. I was asked recently what I thought the world would be like in 100 years. The question was meant to solicit if I am an optimist or a pessimist. The fact is that I am 7 Billion Beasts Africa"s a mess. Doesn"t hardly matter what horrid scourge you"re looking for, Africa"s got it: genocide, civil war, systematic rape, dictators, corruption ... not that Asia is any better. Asia"s got Aquacalypse Now: The end of fish Our oceans have been the victims of a giant Ponzi scheme, waged with Bernie Madoff–like callousness by the world’s fisheries. Beginning in the 1950s, as their operations became increasingly indust Lex Natura By Captain Paul Watson. I have the utmost respect for the law. Indeed, it is our duty as citizens of the Earth to live harmoniously within a community of complex interspecies interactions in accordanc We Need to Stop Eating the Oceans By Captain Paul Watson. The Oceans are like the Goose that Laid the Golden Egg. As long as it was alive it laid a golden egg each day but then the greedy farmer decided to kill it to get all the Sharks: Predator or Prey? Located at the top position in the marine ecosystems food chain, sharks play a crucial role in the global balance of the oceans. Sharks are the lions and tiger of the oceans and as an apex predator, t
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Decades-old chemicals may be threatening polar bear fertility

Decades-old chemicals may be threatening polar bear fertility

05-12-2016

A new study sheds light on how today's pollutants could become tomorrow's threats to wildlife and humans. A between climate change, human conflict and habitat loss, polar bears have more than enough to worry about....

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Last dugong in Gulf of Thailand found dead

Last dugong in Gulf of Thailand found dead

01-12-2016

A male dugong, believed to be the only remaning dugong in the Gulf of Thailand, was found dead in the sea of Rayong province last week, according to today’s report...

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Earth warming to climate tipping point, warns study

Earth warming to climate tipping point, warns study

01-12-2016

A warmer world will release vast volumes of carbon into the atmosphere, potentially triggering dangerous climate change, scientists warn. Writing in journal Nature, they project that an increase of 1C (1.8F) will release an additional...

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Corals much older than previously thought, study finds

Corals much older than previously thought, study finds

01-12-2016

Coral genotypes can survive for thousands of years, possibly making them the longest-lived animals in the world, according to researchers at Penn State, the National Marine Fisheries Service and Dial Cordy & Associates...

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Mercury contamination found in Everglades dolphins

Mercury contamination found in Everglades dolphins

30-11-2016

FIU scientists examined dolphins from the lower Florida Keys, Everglades National Park and Florida Bay, looking for mercury and organic pollutants in their skin and blubber. Not only did they find high mercury levels in...

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Plastic tsunami threatens human health, biodiversity and the climate

Plastic tsunami threatens human health, biodiversity and the climate

30-11-2016

Trillions of pieces of plastic, many of which will last for thousands of years, are floating in the oceans, potentially damaging human health, killing birds and fish, and even adding to global warming...

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Great Barrier Reef experiences its worst coral die-off

Great Barrier Reef experiences its worst coral die-off

29-11-2016

The northern region of the reef, off the coast of Queensland in northeastern Australia, lost an average 67 percent of its shallow-water corals in the last eight to nine months, the Australian Research Council (ARC)...

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West Antarctic ice shelf breaking up from the inside out

West Antarctic ice shelf breaking up from the inside out

28-11-2016

A key glacier in Antarctica is breaking apart from the inside out, suggesting that the ocean is weakening ice on the edges of the continent. The Pine Island Glacier, part of the ice shelf that bounds...

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Ending with discards can speed up the mortality of endangered marine birds in the Mediterranean

Ending with discards can speed up the mortality of endangered marine b…

25-11-2016

The accidental catch of marine birds by long liners can skyrocket, at least in the short run, with the prohibition of discarding catches, set by the European Union, according to an article published in the...

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Oceans act as a 'heat sink': No global warming ‘hiatus’

Oceans act as a 'heat sink': No global warming ‘hiatus’

25-11-2016

The so-called global warming "hiatus" phenomenon -- the possible temporary slowdown of the global mean surface temperature (GMST) trend said to have occurred from 1998 to 2013 -- simply represents a redistribution of energy within...

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Arctic ice melt could trigger uncontrollable climate change at global level

Arctic ice melt could trigger uncontrollable climate change at global …

25-11-2016

Scientists warn increasingly rapid melting could trigger polar ‘tipping points’ with catastrophic consequences felt as far away as the Indian Ocean. Arctic scientists have warned that the increasingly rapid melting of the ice cap risks triggering...

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Climate change happening 'too fast' for plant and animal species to adapt

Climate change happening 'too fast' for plant and animal species to ad…

24-11-2016

Analysis of 266 insects, amphibians, birds, mammals, and reptiles, suggests many face extinction. Most plants and animals cannot adapt at the rate the climate is changing, scientists have said...

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Turtles

60% of Loggerhead turtles stranded on beaches in South Africa had ingested plastic

July 11, 2016,

Turtle herpes outbreak hints at Great Barrier Reef contamination

July 5, 2016,

Turtles increasingly at risk, say experts, as concern for wider health of Great Barrier Reef grows

July 5, 2016,

Trawlers under lens after dead turtles found on Puri beach

January 21, 2016,

Marine Mamals

Sharks

How overfishing, shark-finning may worsen climate change

November 8, 2016,

Stingrays die on Omaha beach as set-netters leave them high and dry

September 5, 2016,

Study finds shark fins and meat contain high levels of neurotoxins linked to Alzheimer's disease

August 30, 2016,

Ominous background music is bad for sharks

August 4, 2016,

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Decades-old chemicals may be threatening polar bear fertility

December 5, 2016,

Sea ice loss is putting polar bears in a tough spot

August 26, 2016,

Russian scientist shoots and kills polar bear in Norway

August 12, 2016,

Ice loss surpasses poaching as largest threat to Barents Sea polar bear

August 11, 2016,

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