- GREAT BARRIER REEF SHOWS SIGNS OF HEAT STRESS
- CARNIVAL CRUISE SHIP DISCHARGES GREY WATER AT PORT CANAVERAL
- CARNIVAL AUSTRALIA SUPPORTS RED CROSS BUSHFIRE FUND
- SOUTH KOREA'S FISHERY LAWS IMPROVE
- IRAN CONFIRMED MAJOR OIL LEAK IN PERSIAN GULF
- FINLAND STUDIES OIL LEAK RISKS OF SHIPWRECKS IN BALTIC SEA
- METAL POLLUTION IS WARMING OCEANS
- PARIS AGREEMENT WILL NOT BE ENOUGH TO STOP THE SEAS FROM DEVOURING
- CLASSNK HAS REVISED GUIDELINES FOR INVENTORY OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
- OIL SPILL THREATENS BRAZIL'S CORAL REEF
- MSC IS REJECTING THE USE OF ARCTIC ROUTES
- RUSSIA DISCOVERS FIVE ARCTIC ISLANDS IN ARCTICS
Great Barrier Reef shows signs of heat stressGreat Barrier Reef faces an uphill battle to survive in the face of warming and more acidic waters, with the scientists behind the new study projecting that as much as %90 of them could disappear within a couple of decades.
Carnival Australia supports Red Cross bushfire fundCarnival Australia has pledged A$350,000 for the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund.
Iran confirmed major oil leak in Persian GulfIt has been confirmed that there is a major leak off an oil rig near Kharq Island in the Persian Gulf.
Metal pollution is warming oceansHeavy metals are a natural part of the earth's crust. Heavy metals enter the sea usually through riverine influx, atmospheric deposition.
Paris Agreement will not be enough to stop the seas from devouringEven though there is a push for a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions with the Paris Climate Agreement, new researches show that Earth’s oceans will still rise more than three feet due to the pollution currently produced.
ClassNK has revised guidelines for Inventory of Hazardous MaterialsClassification Society ClassNK has released guidelines for Inventory of Hazardous Materials, which identifies the location and approximate quantities of hazardous materials onboard a ship, will be required for all ships over 500gt.
Oil spill threatens Brazil's coral reefBrazil's Navy has announced that it is preparing for an oil spill to possibly reach one of the country's largest coral reef systems.
Russia discovers five Arctic islands in ArcticsRussian Navy announced that they had discovered five new islands revealed by melting glaciers in the remote Arctic.
Washington State Ferries goes for greener ferriesWashington State Ferries is moving forward with begining the process of converting three Jumbo Mark II vessels from diesel to hybrid-electric power.
Mediterranean is warming up faster than the rest of the worldThe Mediterranean basin is one of the hot spots of the global crisis, and it has been affected harder than other parts of the world, Mediterranean Institute of Biodiversity and Ecology says
Maritime Industry considers solutions to reduce pollutionInternational Maritime Organization (IMO) announced that the maritime industry is considering several options to replace so-called heavy fuel oil that propels over 60,000 vessels.
Climate change heats oceansA new report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change shows that heating the oceans and crumbling the planet’s ice sheets