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Philippa Cohen Apr 18
A perspective on published today. Humbling to share this perspective with such a committed group of authors, who also draw attention to views & experiences of others continually dedicated to
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David Obura Apr 19
Now this is what and should be really worried about – brown water swept out by spring tides from the creeks – no sewage treatment, unmanaged pollution, degraded mangroves, cleared vegetation, growing population. This is not
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Joachim Schmillen 4h
The largest polluters of the world’s oceans are the big rivers in Asia. And if you like to see how many elephants have to drift towards the sea every. Sad leader is the Yangtze, with 228 elephants.
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Joachim Schmillen 7h
Maybe we are concerned about it, but we’re not concerned enough. Concerned, but fundamentally complacent. We worry about the future of the harbour. But how much precisely? Enough to change our minds?
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Lincoln_Project 5h
Here the video of Super Toys installation made in Greece for UMG.
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UN Development Apr 21
The ocean serves as the highway for some 90% of goods that we depend on for . explains the & ocean :
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eoservices Apr 23
retweet @ GEOSEC2025: “As we enter the era & better understand the critical role of for society, there is a tremendous opportunity to leverage disparate data sources & get more value out of them. We are at the beginning of that journ…
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CanadianWaterSummit 5h
Explore our theme Partnering to Innovate in the in the sector with our session Small and Remote Water Systems. See panel details here: Image Credit: RH2O North America
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Joachim Schmillen 5h
One of the most well-known prognosticators, Colorado State’s Tropical Meteorology Project, anticipates that the 2019 Atlantic basin hurricane season will have slightly below average activity.
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Arshad Daud Apr 9
Fiji govt revokes resort's developement rights but the question for is what would have happened if the 2 Australians and the 3 Kiwi journalists hadn't stood up for you, your environment and
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The Commonwealth Apr 11
The Commonwealth : Shared Values, Shared Ocean. A commitment to work together to protect and manage our ocean. Watch VP Vince Meriton discuss how vital the Blue Charter is and the important work of the roadmap
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Elsa Wilkin 8h
I would like us to focus on and
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INTERREG SAFER Apr 9
On 8-9 May 2019, partners will come together in (Northern Ireland) for their 3rd Steering Committee meeting, following a 2-day programme of events. Read more:
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CanadianWaterSummit 59m
The theme of is “Partnering to Innovate in the ”. How important are partnerships to what you do? Let's talk: May 29–31, 2019. Details here:
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Joachim Schmillen 24h
Jamaica has an Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of 257.777 square kilometer. The Jamaican land area is in square kilometer: 10.830. Let’s start the calculator. How often can fit the shelf in the EEZ and TIA? (23,8)
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Karmenu Vella Apr 9
“Thank you to for putting the so high on the political agenda of this “ My speech at today’s final conference - the last of 50 very successful events during this mandate
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Ibrahim Mohamed Solih Mar 30
The Small and Medium Business Development Finance corporation (SME Bank) is a key achievement of my administration under our policy. The SDFC will give small and medium business a much needed financial boost.
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True News Nigeria Apr 23
The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), has made positive impact on the seaport and maritime sector and its various stakeholders since it became the Economic Regulator...Read More:
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Joachim Schmillen 4h
Jamaica opened the largest wind farm in the English-speaking Caribbean in 2004. The Wigton Wind Farm now helps power over 55,000 surrounding homes, households that would formerly have used some 60,000 barrels of oil annually.
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Joachim Schmillen 5h
Don't miss in Martinique (Ma y 2./3. 2019).
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