Thank you, Cocos Island Intern, William Henriques! We look forward to reading more of your blogs when you return in December!
Sea Save Foundation would like to say thank you and good luck to blog writer extraordinaire and intern, William Henriques. We have all enjoyed reading your wonderful blogs during your volunteer stay at Cocos Island. We look forward to your return in mid-December! ”I’ve also gained a new outlook on conservation while here. Or, […]
US a top source of plastic pollution in coastal environments, DNA in seawater can reveal fish diversity in the deep ocean, Location and extent of coral reefs mapped worldwide using advanced AI, Antarctic Commission rejects proposed marine sanctuaries and more. 1.Management of exploited transboundary fish stocks requires international cooperation Marine fish species are migratory […]
New study reveals shark fins originated mostly from species in coastal waters rather than the open ocean, Oil tanker stranded at sea carrying 1.3 million barrels, Critically endangered beluga whale population, The uncertain future of the oceans and more. 1. Illegal trade of shark fins from coastal species, not open ocean The new study, published […]
Hawaii upholds moratorium on commercial aquarium fishing, Popular fish species disappear from Turkey, Habitats for endangered green sea turtles to be federally protected in Florida, Ocean acidification causing “osteoperosis” on iconic reefs and more… 1. Hawaii upholds moratorium on commercial aquarium fishing The state council on Thursday upheld a decision by the Board of Land and Natural Resources to reject an […]
Conference of International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES) explained by Sea Save director as part of Caradonna Icon Series
Part 2 of the Icon Series featuring Georgienne Bradley with Sea Save Foundation. “Oceans do not recognize political boundaries so we must work on an international platform if we are going to bring real change,” is Georgienne Bradley’s current mantra.
Galapagos: Thirty species of marine invertebrates discovered, Atlantic Ocean study reveals plastic pollution saturation, Galapagos poachers obstruct satellite system and evade tracking, Maldives records highest microplastic pollution and more… 1. High concentrations of plastic hidden beneath the surface of the Atlantic Ocean Concern over plastic pollution of the marine environment is severe. The mass-imbalance between […]
Plastic pollution plagues Southeast Asia amid Covid-19 lockdowns, Greenland ice sheet calves, Whale shark sale in India, Trump signs $3 B plan to boost conservation, Mauritius oil spill and more… 1. Plastic pollution plagues Southeast Asia amid Covid-19 lockdowns With consumers around the world stuck at home amid the spread of Covid-19 – which […]
800 Chinese ships found fishing in North Korea, Global community far behind United Nations Oceans Goals, Toxic pollutants found in stranded dolphins and whales, Fukushima wastewater dumping, New penguin colonies seen from space, Bulk carrier ship leak oil off Mauritius coast and more… 1. Over 800 Chinese vessels found fishing in North Korean waters in […]
Over 260 Chinese fishing ships surround the Galapagos Islands, Plastic flow into ocean projected to triple by 2040, Plastic bag use drops 59% in England, Life-threatening mercury levels found in Hong Kong shark fins and more… 1. Alarm over the discovery of hundreds of Chinese fishing vessels near the Galápagos Islands Ecuador has sounded the alarm after […]
United Nations – Ocean Sustainable Development Goals explained by Sea Save director as part of Caradonna Icon Series
“Oceans do not recognize political boundaries so we must work on an international platform if we are going to bring real change,” is Georgienne Bradley’s current mantra.