A Billion+ China Virus Masks Have Wound Up in the Oceans

A Billion+ China Virus Masks Have Wound Up in the Oceans

#Mask #ChinaVirus #Oceans #environment #pollution “Once plastic enters the marine environment, it’s very difficult to move,” said Dr. Teale Phelps Bondaroff, director of research for OceansAsia. “What’s remarkable is we weren’t finding face masks before COVID,”– said Dr. Bondaroff. As mask mandates continue around the world a new type of environmental pollution is spreading as fast […]

The Bluest Waters in the World

The Bluest Waters in the World

#blue #water #seas #oceans #lakes #world Sometimes all it takes to re-center and refresh your mind and body is a good day staring off into a tranquil Blue Sea. To help you find your inner peace, and catch a few waves and rays while you’re at it, here is a list of some of the Bluest […]

Dangers For North Atlantic Right Whale

Dangers For North Atlantic Right Whale

A new scientific paper released today in the journal Diseases of Aquatic Organisms reports on the causes of 70 North Atlantic right whale mortalities. Findings were recorded within the 16-year time period between 2003 and 2018. The research was the product of a retrospective review led by Dr. Sarah Sharp. Who was a veterinarian with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). […]

Organizations Helping End Plastic Pollution

Organizations Helping End Plastic Pollution

Joining the growing list of corporations throwing influence and support behind the demand for real environmental changes, Footprint sponsors The Oceans Project and Ocean Heroes Bootcamp, co-founded by Captain Planet Foundation, Lonely Whale, and Point Break Foundation, as they plan events and awareness for World Oceans Day. Troy Swope, founder and CEO of Footprint, says increasing the […]

Panama City, Panama

Panama City, Panama

| Panama City, pictured above, sits at a Crossroads of Oceans, Continents, Cultures and Lifestyles. This vibrant cosmopolitan hub in the middle of a tropical rain-forest embodies the best of all worlds. Easy-going and relaxed, Panama City is much more than just a passing-through point for cargo ships and travelers. This city mixes colonial influence […]

Box Office: ‘Ocean’s 8’ Ladies See a $41.5-M Opening

Box Office: ‘Ocean’s 8’ Ladies See a $41.5-M Opening

Box Office: ‘Ocean’s 8’ Ladies See a $41.5-M Opening $TWX, $DIS, $CMCSA Indie horror pic ‘Hereditary’ survives a D+ CinemaScore with a $13-M debut, while Jodie Foster’s ‘Hotel Artemis’ DOA with $3.2-M Overseas Box Office Open: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ takes $151-M. The female-fronted Ocean’s 8 opened over the weekend to a series-best $41.5-M from 4,145 theaters […]

As the World Warms, Antarctica Cools

As the World Warms, Antarctica Cools

As the World Warms, Antarctica Cools One of the most rapidly warming places on Earth in the past 50 years has actually cooled in the past 20 years, according to the latest research Temperatures on the Antarctic Peninsula have reversed course, dropping by an average of about 0.5C per decade since the late 1990’s while the rest […]