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Saturday, June 8, 2024
The 77th Cannes Film Festival - The Croisette. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne

As Superyachts’ Popularity Grows, So Is Their Supersized Climate Impact

By Jessica Nix (Bloomberg) –Superyachts are the ultimate status symbol for royal families, oligarchs and billionaires from Jeff Bezos to Bernard

June 8, 2024
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Thursday, May 23, 2024
Chinese container ship NewNew Polar Bear in a convoy on the Northern Sea Route during an eastbound voyage in October 2023. (Source: Rosatomflot)

Climate Change and Red Sea Turmoil to Boost Arctic Shipping

By Malte Humpert (gCaptain) – The waters of Russia’s Northern Sea Route – a seasonal shortcut between Europe and Asia – look set to welcome

May 23, 2024
Total Views: 1517

Wednesday, May 22, 2024
smoke pollution coming from a container ship

Maritime Court Finds Greenhouse Gases are Marine Pollution

By Riham Alkousaa BERLIN (Reuters) – A global maritime court found on Tuesday that greenhouse gases constitute marine pollution, a major

May 22, 2024
Total Views: 1028

Sunday, March 3, 2024
Children run on the top of bags filled with sand to protect the terrace of a "Chiringuito", a beach restaurant, of sea-level rises after storm Ciaran, on the Barceloneta beach in Barcelona. REUTERS/Nacho Doce

Rising Sea Levels Increase Threat Of Arsenic In Drinking Water

By Kendra Pierre-Louis (Bloomberg) —Rising seas due to climate change could exacerbate the threat of arsenic in drinking water, according to a study

March 3, 2024
Total Views: 2192

Monday, January 22, 2024
Icon of the Seas pictured leaving for sea trials
Cruise Ships

The World’s Largest Cruise Ship is a Climate Liability

(Bloomberg) — When Royal Caribbean’s Icon of the Seas embarks on its first official voyage on Jan. 27, the journey is sure to make waves.

January 22, 2024
Total Views: 61134

Sunday, December 17, 2023
River at low levels because of drought

Rivers Are Threatened By More Than Climate Change

by Murray Scown, Lund University and Frances Eleanor Dunn, Utrecht University (TheConversation) Perilously situated between rising sea levels and pressures

December 17, 2023
Total Views: 2750

Tuesday, December 12, 2023
FILE PHOTO: Delegates stand near flag posts at the Dubai's Expo City after attending the World Climate Action Summit, during the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, December 1, 2023. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya./File Photo

Proposed COP28 Climate Deal Calls for Transition Away from Fossil Fuels

By Valerie Volcovici, Gloria Dickie and William James DUBAI, Dec 13 (Reuters) – The COP28 Presidency released a proposed text of a final

December 12, 2023
Total Views: 752

Monday, December 11, 2023
Containers are seen at Yantian port in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, China July 4, 2019. Picture taken July 4, 2019. REUTERS/Stringer

Storm in China Should Serve as Wakeup Call for Climate Risk

By Katy Daigle and Simon Jessop DUBAI, Dec 12 (Reuters) – As Typhoon Doksuri aimed toward mainland China, major southeast ports were

December 11, 2023
Total Views: 3204

Friday, November 3, 2023
An LNG carrier transits through the Panama Canal. Photo credit: Flystock/Shutterstock

Panama Canal Traffic Is Being Throttled by Climate Change

(Bloomberg) — The Panama Canal doesn’t have enough water. A lack of rainfall, blamed on climate change, is leading to a steady decline in water levels

November 3, 2023
Total Views: 2041

Sunday, October 15, 2023
On board the Antarctic expedition that reveals dramatic penguin decline. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino/

Scientists Track ‘Alarming’ Melt in Antarctic Ice Shelves

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Around 40% of Antarctica’s ice shelves have significantly shrunk over the last 25 years, scientists said on Thursday, in

October 15, 2023
Total Views: 7198

Saturday, September 9, 2023
Summer heatwave hits Southern California. REUTERS/Mike Blake

The Push To Identify Ocean Heat Waves Before They Happen

By Kendra Pierre-Louis (Bloomberg) –The world’s oceans are simmering. Some 48% of the ocean experienced marine heat waves in August, according to

September 9, 2023
Total Views: 1367

Tuesday, August 15, 2023
Shipping emissions

Shipping’s Quest for Greener Fuel Runs Into Climate Complications

(Bloomberg) — What does going “green” actually mean? For the global shipping industry, it’s a potentially fraught question. Three-and-a-half years

August 15, 2023
Total Views: 1391

Monday, July 31, 2023
The Invisible Climate Impact of a Cruise Ship

The Invisible Climate Impact of a Cruise Ship

(Bloomberg) — Cruise operators are replacing oil-based fuel with liquefied natural gas to run their ships and pitching the

July 31, 2023
Total Views: 3446

Saturday, June 10, 2023
Barbados Explores Oil Import Fees And Carbon Levies

Barbados Explores Oil Import Fees And Carbon Levies

By Akshat Rathi (Bloomberg) The biggest achievement at the annual United Nations climate summit last year was committing to create a fund that

June 10, 2023
Total Views: 902

Sunday, May 28, 2023
The category 4 storm was one of the strongest in decades to lash the U.S. territory of Guam.NASA Earth Observatory image by Allison Nussbaum, using VIIRS data from NASA EOSDIS LANCE, GIBS/Worldview, and the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS).

Guam Typhoon Highlights Threat To US Military’s Pacific Strategy

By Eric Roston (Bloomberg) –As Typhoon Mawar neared the coast of Guam early Wednesday, it also drew attention to an uncomfortable fact of US

May 28, 2023
Total Views: 23981

Sunday, May 21, 2023
LNG carrier in open sea during daytime

Crippling Heat Deepens Asia’s Reliance On Russian Energy

By Yongchang Chin (Bloomberg) –The extreme heat that’s been scorching Asia in recent weeks has produced one clear beneficiary — Russia. As

May 21, 2023
Total Views: 2659

Sunday, May 7, 2023
Without Waterways Biden’s Climate Plan Will Waste Trillions

Without Waterways Biden’s Climate Plan Will Waste Trillions

by John Konrad (gCaptain OpEd) With a staggering 15,000+ miles of navigable waterways, it’s critical to note that river barges can carry over ten times

May 7, 2023
Total Views: 8952

Saturday, April 22, 2023
The Planet Keeps Breaking Records For Warming Waters

The Planet Keeps Breaking Records For Warming Waters

By Siobhan Wagner (Bloomberg) –Earth broke grim new records for melting glaciers, rising sea levels and ocean heat last year, according to a new

April 22, 2023
Total Views: 1570

Monday, March 13, 2023
Biden Backs $8 Billion Alaska Oil Project at Odds with Climate Agenda

Biden Backs $8 Billion Alaska Oil Project at Odds with Climate Agenda

By Jennifer A. Dlouhy (Bloomberg) — President Joe Biden authorized a giant ConocoPhillips oil project in northwest Alaska that environmentalists argue

March 13, 2023
Total Views: 1674

Wednesday, February 1, 2023
As Ice Recedes, Italian Ship Makes Record Journey into the Antarctic

As Ice Recedes, Italian Ship Makes Record Journey into the Antarctic

ROME, Jan 31 (Reuters) – An Italian ice-breaker carrying scientists researching in the Antarctic has sailed further south than any ship has

February 1, 2023
Total Views: 3095


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