Ocean Update Ocean News for Nov 12, 2018

Ocean Update Ocean News for Nov 12, 2018

 Carefully Curated Ocean News of the Week IYOROnly 55 Percent of Bali’s Corals In ‘Good’ Condition (CoconutsBali)The Science of Saving the GBR (The Saturday Paper) The World’s First Land-Based Coral Farm Will Soon Grow Reefs in the Bahamas (FC)Silenced’: Leading...
Daniel Ponce-Taylor: Tourism as a Tool for Change

Daniel Ponce-Taylor: Tourism as a Tool for Change

“It doesn’t matter what the definition [of voluntourism] is…it matters what’s happening on the ground.” -Daniel Ponce-Taylor, 2016 Blue Ocean Summit. Born on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in Valencia, Daniel moved to the Balearic Island of Mallorca a few...
The Effects of Global Warming on Marine Migrations

The Effects of Global Warming on Marine Migrations

Weather that brings stronger and more frequent hurricanes, cyclones and droughts is not the only thing that is being altered by climate change. As ocean temperatures rise the we are seeing the effects of global warming on marine migrations.   Marine Species on...
Time is Running Out on Climate Change

Time is Running Out on Climate Change

A chilling report just issued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns that we have no more than twelve years in which to avoid a climate catastrophe. After three years of research, the Nobel Prize-winning IPCC issued this unequivocal warning. Time is...
Sustainable Tourism: Moonhole House on Bequia

Sustainable Tourism: Moonhole House on Bequia

From the deck of a sailboat, you catch an arch of stunning nature on the horizon. Dark volcanic stone forms a window into the lush green of the island of Bequia in the Grenadines. A wave crashes on the shore and as the spray dissolves into the air, it draws your...