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Study: Warming Waters Will Cause Serious Declines in Regional Fisheries

Published Jul 21, 2024 10:40 PM by Dialogue Earth

  Global fish catches are likely to plunge if the planet warms by just a few degrees, according to one of the most compreh...

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Study: Floating Plastic Trash Can be Tracked From Space

Published Jul 16, 2024 10:45 PM by The Maritime Executive

  Large rafts of floating trash can be used to track areas of ocean-litter concentration with standard satellite-based inf...

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Bahrain Partners with Maersk to Expand ASRY’s Fledgling Recycling Efforts

Published Jul 16, 2024 7:41 PM by The Maritime Executive

  The Government of the Kingdom of Bahrain is going to support the Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard Company (ASRY) in its...

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Acidification Will Put 10% of Seabed Off-Limits for Creatures With Shells

Published Jul 14, 2024 7:26 PM by The Conversation

  [By Mark John Costello and Peter Townsend Harris] In the deepest parts of the ocean, below 4,000 meters, th...

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Six Shipping Industry Groups Come Out Swinging Calling for CII Reforms

Published Jul 10, 2024 12:41 PM by The Maritime Executive

  Six of the major shipping industry trade groups representing everything from bulk cargo to containers, tankers, and pass...

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Study: Blue Hydrogen's Emissions Could be Doubled By Upstream Gas Leaks

Published Jul 2, 2024 8:21 PM by The Maritime Executive

  A new study from climate consultancy Carbon Tracker suggests that the CO2 emissions from natural gas-based "blue&qu...

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Arctic HFO Ban Starts, But Activists Say There Are Too Many Loopholes

Published Jul 1, 2024 2:18 PM by The Maritime Executive

  Three years after the International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopted the regulation, the international ban on transpo...

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Sweden Bans Scrubber Discharges in its Waters

Published Jun 30, 2024 10:44 PM by The Maritime Executive

  Sweden has joined the list of countries seeking to ban scrubber water discharges in their waters. In a proposal issued l...

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Study: Most Marine Parks Are Not Protecting Wildlife

Published Jun 30, 2024 4:38 PM by The Conversation

  [By Peter J.S. Jones and Rick Stafford] The radio crackles into life on a small boat off an idyllic beach in Ningaloo...

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Maersk to Test Green Methanol Fuel Cells After Breakthrough Demonstration

Published Jun 26, 2024 6:55 PM by The Maritime Executive

  The startup Blue World Technologies is reporting it achieved a breakthrough by demonstrating the first high-power mariti...

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