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from Greenpeace International

We need fewer boats, more fish to save our oceans

"Less boats, more fish" Greenpeace's message to over 600 global tuna industry officials meeting in Bangkok. We need fewer boats, more fish if the fishing indstry and our oceans are to survive: http://act.gp/JYrX4C More

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from Mail Online

Astonishing pictures show how a Devon kayaker got up close and personal with a humpback whale feeding frenzy

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How ocean pollution affects humans #infographic #Pollution #Environment
from visualistan.com

How ocean pollution affects humans #infographic

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Infographic on shark finning and the importance of sharks in marine ecosystems - Pew Environment Group

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Green Fluorite is highly beneficial for clearing negative energy from the environment and brings cleansing, renewal, and a spring-like freshness to the chakras. It inspires new ideas, originality and quick thinking. Particularly healing to the Heart Chakra, this mineral brings information from the subconscious, and helps the emotional body understand issues of the heart, both current and of the past.

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Most plastic pollution at sea starts out on land as litter on beaches, streets and sidewalks. After plastics enter the marine environment they slowly photodegrade into smaller pieces that marine life can mistake for food, sometimes with fatal results. Ocean gyres concentrate plastic pollution in five main areas of the world’s ocean and various research groups are bringing back alarming data documenting plastics impacts.

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from Co.Exist

These Underwater Sculptures Make Ocean Pollution Look Gorgeous

Artists Mathieu Goussin and Hortense Le Calvez on their art: "in response to our time of alarming climate change, the work presents an immersion of the objects that compose our daily surroundings. The certainty that in a near future, global issues will bring disastrous consequences on the environment creates a disturbing atmosphere. However, the mass production rate of artificial materials seems unstoppable."

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from the Guardian

Royal Mail sustainable fish special stamps – in pictures

Undated handout photo issued by Royal Mail from their Sustainable Fish Special Stamps issue showing a Herring.

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