- EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT VOTES TO MAKE COMPANIES PAY FOR EMMISSIONS
- GREAT BARRIER REEF EXPORT FISHERY LICENCE CANCELLED
- DFDS AIMS TO REACH CARBON NEUTRALITY BY 2050
- ICE EXTENT IN BERING SEA AT LOWEST LEVELS IN 5,500 YEARS
- 17 DOLPHINS FOUND STRANDED ON SHORES OF MAURITIUS
- IMO SUPPORTS EFFORTS TO PREVENT AN OIL SPILL FROM FSO SAFER
- SOUTH KOREA: MONSOON SEASON TIES RECORD WITH 49 DAYS
- 7 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE PACIFIC OCEAN
- HYUNDAI RECEIVES GREEN LIGHT FROM LLOYD’S REGISTER FOR AMMONIA-FUELED SHIPS
- CANADA JOINS GLOBAL OCEAN ALLIANCE TO HELP OCEANS
- BULGARIANS PROTEST AGAINST UNRESTRICTED CONSTRUCTION IN BLACK SEA COAST
- CLIMATE CHANGE MAY CAUSE INTENSE WAVES IN ARCTIC
European Parliament votes to make companies pay for emmissionsThe European Parliament voted to include greenhouse gas emissions from the maritime sector in the carbon market of the European Union from 2022, putting its weight behind EU proposals to make ships pay for their pollution.
DFDS aims to reach carbon neutrality by 2050The Danish ferry and logistics company DFDS has established an ambitious climate plan which unveils its objective of becoming climate neutral by 2050.
17 dolphins found stranded on shores of MauritiusOver the last few days, at least 17 dolphins have been found stranded on the shores of Mauritius, raising concerns as to whether these may be related to a recent oil spill from Wakashio bulker.
South Korea: Monsoon season ties record with 49 daysTuesday marked the 49th day of the summer monsoon, setting the record for the longest rainy season in South Korea since data were collected.
7 Interesting Facts About The Pacific OceanThe Pacific Ocean extends from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Southern Ocean in the south and is bounded by the continents of Asia and Australia in the west and the Americas in the east. Learn more about it!
Hyundai receives green light from Lloyd’s Register for ammonia-fueled shipsIn collaboration with global engine manufacturer MAN Energy Solutions and Lloyd's Register, Hyundai Mipo Dockyard intends to commercialize the ammonia-propelled ships by 2025.
Canada joins Global Ocean Alliance to help oceansCanada is joining the Global Ocean Alliance to help galvanize international efforts towards a 30 percent conservation goal that allows the marine environment and sustainable marine economies to thrive.
Climate change may cause intense waves in ArcticExtreme ocean surface waves with catastrophic effects on Arctic coastal communities and infrastructure could become larger due to climate change.
Newcastle Port to use 100% renewable energy by 2021Newcastle's Australian trade gateway transitions to 100 % renewable energy by 2021 and aims to turn all its vehicles into electricity by 2023.
Korean Shipbuilders work on eco-friendly shipsHyundai Heavy Industries Co. and other major shipbuilders are working to improve ships' environmentally friendly power systems to win further deals despite stricter pollution regulations.
More than 100 tons of fishing nets found in GyreThe motor-sailing cargo ship Kwai docked at Honolulu Port on Tuesday, carrying home a load of more than 100 tons of fishing nets and disposable plastic in Gyre.
MSC’s eco-friendly vessel sets new world recordThis latest all-time world record — that is equal to 34,263 TEUs — is 1,385 more containers than the record previously held.
Russia warns: "Years" needed to clean up Arctic spillRussian authorities detained three power plant staff over an incredibly huge spill of fuel in the Arctic, as response teams warned that full clean-up would take years. More than 21,000 tons of fuel were released last month, when a fuel reservoir collapsed