Canadian photographer caught in poo-storm from giant sperm whale

This story relates to The Ocean can Help Meet the Climate Change Challenge, finds new Report Additional information: Download the report here:  Fish Carbon: Exploring Marine Vertebrate Carbon Services (1243 downloads) The Ebook version is available here: https://cld.bz/LdEfcuu#12 Original Story http://www.cbc.ca/asithappens/2015/01/22/photos-canadian-photographer-caught-in-giant-whale-poo-storm/ It’s a poo-nado, a poo-nami, or just a poo-storm. Whatever you want to call it, it’s a rare underwater…

Sylvia Earle honored as a UNEP “Champion of the Earth” for Lifetime Leadership

Original Story : http://mission-blue.org/2014/11/sylvia-earle-honored-as-a-unep-champion-of-the-earth-for-lifetime-leadership/ Wednesday night in Washington, DC, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) honored eight environmental stewards as “Champions of the Earth!” As the United Nations’ most prestigious award for the environment, the Champions of the Earth award is celebrating its tenth year of highlighting the outstanding contributions of policy makers, innovators and advocates “to our…

Coastal carbon included in White House plan

In the National Ocean Policy Implementation Plan, just released by the White House, carbon capture and storage is included as one of the important services coastal ecosystems provide. “The health and integrity of coastal habitats – such as coral reefs, wetlands, mangroves, salt marshes and sea grass beds – are key to sustaining our Nation’s valuable…