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from Peter Thomson, United Nations Special Envoy for the #Ocean
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Stay up to date with the W2O! Sign up for our monthly newsletter, the World Ocean Observer, and we'll send news, stories, and interesting links to your inbox once per month! http://eepurl.com/cu4hov #oceannews #w2o #worldocean #oceanobserver
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The IMO Polar Code explained: A to Z
A new website aims to be a one-stop shop for everything related to shipping in the Arctic and Antarctic
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This week on World Ocean Radio:
MARCH FOR THE OCEAN!
www.worldoceanobservatory.org/wor/march-ocean-0
About this episode:
On June 9th, 2018, a March For The Ocean (M4O) will take place in Washington, D.C. and in cities around the world. In this episode of World Ocean Radio we encourage listeners to gather in the nation's capital, to find a march in a city nearby, to organize, and to volunteer. We argue that we must declare, loudly and publicly, that the ocean will prevail and will continue to support us for generations to come if only we have the courage and the will to sustain it.

#MarchForTheOcean (M4O) March for the Ocean
#oceansustainability #oceanactivism #takeaction #environmentalism #M4O #WorldOceanRadio #OceanPodcast #WOR #OceanRadio #sustainability #marchforocean
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https://nyti.ms/2ImyBHK

Alaska, a major oil and gas producer in the U.S., is crafting its own plan to address #climatechange. Ideas under discussion include cuts in state emissions by 2025 and a tax on companies that emit carbon dioxide. The state is finalizing its #climate strategy. Policies include reduced #emissions and #adaptation to the impacts of #globalwarming. The recommendations are due by September.
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This week on World Ocean Radio
OCEAN AND THE SENSES
worldoceanobservatory.org/wor/ocean-and-senses
About this episode
As humans migrate toward the coastal zone in the next 30 to 50 years, less seaside space will be available for us to enjoy, to entice our senses, and to rejuvenate our souls. In this episode of World Ocean Radio host Peter Neill outlines some of the sensate experiences that may be at risk of being lost if and when we are deprived of our connections to the sea.
#oceanhealth #oceanawareness #oceanpodcast #worldoceanradio #w2o #oceans #ocean #fivesenses #sustainability
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An #innovation whose time has come. The Last Days of the Blue Blood Harvest

theatlantic.com/science/archive/2018/05/blood-in-the-water/559229/
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LEADING THE WAY TOWARD A FOSSIL FREE FUTURE
Costa Rica's New President Leads The Way With Fossil Fuel Ban

https://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Costa-Ricas-New-President-Leads-The-Way-With-Fossil-Fuel-Ban-20180509-0030.html

Costa Rica's newly elected President Carlos Alvarado has announced a nationwide ban on fossil fuels, part of his ambitious plan to create a de-carbonized society. "We have the titanic and beautiful task of abolishing the use of fossil fuels," said newly elected President Carlos Alvarado.

#fossilfree #co2 #climatechange #renewableenergy #renewableresources #carlosalvarado #costarica #fossilfuels #keepitintheground #energyindependence #renewables #carbonemissions
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