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Small island nations are at the mercy of climate change and rising water levels. Leaders at COP 21 must fight for the emissions cuts that will allow our survivalIn the Caribbean island of Grenada, people know the ocean is rising. Water is about to reach houses in the coastal villages of Soubise and Marquis
UKGuardian Unlimited via Guardian Unlimited
2015-11-24 07:30:20
Sunday, September 13th, 2015      Leave a Comment
LONDON (Reuters) - Record temperatures and changes to climate patterns in the world’s oceans are among signs that a global warming pause is coming to an end, Britain’s Met Office said in a report on Monday.
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2015-09-13 18:06:39
Thursday, September 10th, 2015      Leave a Comment
OSLO (Reuters) - The vast Southern Ocean around Antarctica has started to soak up more greenhouse gases from the atmosphere in recent years, helping limit climate change, after signs its uptake had stalled, a study said on Thursday.

UKReuters via Reuters
2015-09-10 13:02:53
Monday, August 17th, 2015      Leave a Comment
Man-made global warming has triggered a reversal of the natural ocean cooling that has occurred over the past 1,800 years, a study has found.

UKThe Independent via The Independent
2015-08-17 11:48:56
Monday, August 3rd, 2015      Leave a Comment
Attempts to save the world from global warming by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere while continuing to burn fossil fuels are unlikely to prevent the oceans from dying as a result of a build-up of acidity, scientists have found.

UKThe Independent via The Independent
2015-08-03 10:02:16
Thursday, July 16th, 2015      Leave a Comment
OSLO (Reuters) - The United States, Russia and other Arctic nations signed an agreement on Thursday to bar their fishing fleets from fast-thawing seas around the North Pole, an agreement delayed more than a year by tensions over Ukraine.The accord, also signed in Oslo by the ambassadors of Canada, Norway and Denmark, is a response to global warming, which is melting sea ice in the central Arctic Ocean, an area the size of the Mediterranean
UKReuters via Reuters
2015-07-16 13:03:41
Friday, July 3rd, 2015      Leave a Comment
(Reuters) - A Swiss man attempting to circumnavigate the globe with an aircraft powered only by the sun's energy landed in Hawaii on Friday, after a record-breaking five-day nonstop solo flight across the Pacific Ocean from Japan.

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2015-07-03 15:43:43
Wednesday, July 1st, 2015      Leave a Comment
(Reuters) - Imperiled polar bears will see a population crash in most parts of the Arctic Ocean if global greenhouse gas emissions continue at current rates, causing accelerated melting of the sea ice the bruins depend on for survival, U.S. scientists said on Wednesday.
UKReuters via Reuters
2015-07-01 17:15:40
Monday, June 29th, 2015      Leave a Comment
OSLO (Reuters) - Pink salmon in the Pacific Ocean face a double threat of acidification linked to greenhouse gas emissions since it slows their early growth in rivers and disrupts the chemistry of seawater, a study showed on Monday.
UKReuters via Reuters
2015-06-29 10:06:49
Saturday, June 6th, 2015      Leave a Comment
The high seas should be given a seat at the United Nations to help to deal with issues such as piracy, overfishing and oil exploration outside national waters, according to a former Commander-in-Chief Fleet of the Royal Navy.

UKThe Independent via The Independent
2015-06-06 15:35:59
Thursday, June 4th, 2015      Leave a Comment
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Rising sea temperatures attributed to global climate change could drive many marine creatures away from the equator, but their move toward the poles promises to put them in peril in habitats that are smaller and less hospitable, scientists say.

UKReuters via Reuters
2015-06-04 14:24:38
Thursday, June 4th, 2015      Leave a Comment
LISBON (Reuters) - Global sustainable fishery policies could raise profits in the sector by $51 billion a year, boost the numbers of fish in the oceans and provide more food for the world's people, research showed on Thursday.

UKReuters via Reuters
2015-06-04 08:57:13