Gina Torkos is a contemporary artist working in an unusual medium. She creates original collages made entirely of discarded magazines. The results raise awareness about how our disposable culture trashes our environment.
Industry body Subsea UK has launched a new initiative aimed at encouraging school pupils to consider a career at sea. The STEM Challenge, led by Subsea UK and supported by The Smallpeice Trust, will see teams of year nine students compete in a design-and-make challenge for the marine industries.
The U.S. Postal Service searched the darkness of the deep ocean realm in its quest to deliver the luminous beauty of bioluminescent life on highly-reflective Forever stamps.
Those looking for a beautiful and informative book on winged waders will do well to pick up Shorebirds in Action, An introduction to waders and their behaviour. The book offers a balanced blend of spectacular photographs and engaging text representing a lifetime of work.
Chinese authorities say satellite data shows that three oil slicks from a sunken Iranian tanker have widened to an area totaling about 332 sq km. The largest single slick measured about 328 sq km. Overall, the spill off China’s east coast has more than tripled in size in just over a week since the Iranian tanker ship sank in a ball of flames.
Environment Coastal and Offshore (ECO) and Ocean News and Technology (ON&T) magazines will be well-represented at Oceanology International 2018, to be held 13-18 March at ExCel London. Both magazines are produced by TSC Publishing, a multi-media company that returns to Oi in 2018 in order to showcase their refreshed branding and to network with the companies who represent both the subject and object of their global coverage. Visit them at Stand P550.
The Russell Family Foundation (TRFF) announced on 16 January 2018 that, after five years of development, local action, and community guidance, its Puyallup Watershed Initiative (PWI) will transition to an independent nonprofit as of January 1, 2018. The Puyallup watershed includes 1,000 square miles, 316,000+ people, 2 Tribal nations, 17 cities and towns, pristine forests, rich agricultural lands and one of the busiest ports on the West Coast. It is located in four Washington state counties.
A tiny porpoise finds itself in a battle for survival against the forces of fish mafias, drug cartels, and a Chinese black market.
These heroes wear waders, bow ties, hard hats, and lab coats—one even totes around a killer whale skull. The thing they have in common is a desire to help prevent vulnerable species from becoming extinct.
Bathtub Beach in Martin County, Florida suffered serious erosion during Hurricane Irma in 2017. The County ordered a beach re-nourishment project that didn't go as planned.