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Oceans Four condo delivers sunrises, sunsets and more
on 03rd of Dec 2021 All the boxes have been checked with this Oceans Four residence, which offers the best of resort-style living.

58.4M Tons of Plastic Will Pollute World’s Oceans Every Year By 2030: Report
(Dec 2021) The report showed that a DNA study found bacteria and viruses from humans and animals on plastic that could potentially spread disease.

Science report: US should make less plastic to save oceans
(Dec 2021) America needs to rethink and reduce the way it generates plastics because so much of the material is littering the oceans and other waters, the National Academy of Sciences says in a new report. The

Volcanic fertilization of the oceans drove severe mass extinction, say scientists
(Dec 2021) Scientists have discovered that two intense spells of volcanic activity triggered a period of global cooling and falling oxygen levels in the oceans, which caused one of the most severe mass

US must cut plastic production to save oceans, report says
(Dec 2021) The United States must act to curb plastic waste in oceans by developing a comprehensive national strategy that includes reducing plastic production, a new report from the National Academy of Sciences

Solar Winds Could Have Helped Deliver Water to Earth and Make Oceans
(Dec 2021) Solar winds could have played a major role in delivering water to Earth, new research has found, potentially solving the mystery of how our planet’s oceans formed. The mechanism could potentially help

Canada’s Ghost Gear Fund delivering results for cleaner oceans
(Dec 2021) Abandoned, lost or discarded fishing gear, or ‘ghost gear,’ is a leading cause of marine debris around the world and has damaging impacts on global fish stocks and marine mammals. Through the Ghost

New report says US should make less plastic to save oceans
(Dec 2021) If the current rise in plastics pollution continues, the world by 2030 will be putting 58.4 million tons (53 million metric tons) into the oceans each year, or about half the weight of the fish

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