- NYK LINE FORMS PARTNERSHIPS TO IMPROVE JAPAN'S OFFSHORE WIND POWER SECTOR
- MAURITIUS OIL SPILL TO BE CLEANED UP BY JANUARY
- SIEMENS GAMESA PRODUCES 500TH OFFSHORE WIND TURBINE
- CANADIAN NUCLEAR LABORATORIES TO WORK ON CLEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES FOR SHIPS
- UNITED NATIONS TO WAIT SEVERAL WEEKS TO ACCESS DECAYING YEMEN TANKER
- MSC EXPLORES THE VIABILITY OF HYDROGEN AND BIOFUEL
- PONANT BECOMES THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CRUISE LINE THAT JOINS GREEN MARINE
- AROUND 270 WHALES STRANDED ON A SANDBAR OFF TASMANIA
- 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
NYK Line forms partnerships to improve Japan's offshore wind power sectorIn the offshore wind power market, global growth is leading to ongoing investment in the sector. Japan's NYK Line has announced a new alliance to build offshore exploration opportunities to expand its operations in the sector further.
Siemens Gamesa produces 500th offshore wind turbineAt its development plant in Cuxhaven, Germany, Siemens Gamesa manufactured the 500th nacelle for an offshore wind turbine. For the Hornsea Two offshore wind farm in the UK, the milestone was achieved with a nacelle.
United Nations to wait several weeks to access decaying Yemen tankerFor several weeks, the United Nations team will have to wait for access to a sinking tanker off the shore of Yemen that is threatening to dump 1.1 million barrels of crude oil into the Red Sea.
Ponant becomes the first international cruise line that joins Green MarineFrench company Ponant, has become the first international cruise line to join the Green Marine environmental certification program.
Around 270 whales stranded on a sandbar off TasmaniaThe rescue of about 270 whales stranded on a sandbar off the remote west coast of the Australian island of Tasmania was scheduled by marine biologists on Monday.
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.
Great Barrier Reef export fishery licence cancelledFederal Environment Minister Sussan Ley has cancelled Queensland's Great Barrier Reef export fishery license after the state government failed to implement a sustainable fisheries plan mandated by Commonwealth legislation.
Ice extent in Bering Sea at lowest levels in 5,500 yearsA recent analysis has shown that winter ice in the Bering Sea, in the north Pacific Ocean between Alaska and Russia, is at its lowest level in the past 5,500 years.
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.
IMO supports efforts to prevent an oil spill from FSO SaferIMO maintains that it is contributing to international efforts to prevent oil spills from worsening by the floating storage and offloading vessel FSO Safer moored off the coast of Yemen.
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!