Continuing the successful environmental action last year, community beach clean up would like to invite you and to partake in 2016 Beach Clean Up which will start this coming weekend.
In a time when some surf zones around the world struggle to manage crowds, resources and expectations, Papua New Guinea’s Surf Management Plan actually appears to be successful in regulating numbers, protecting the area, empowering & benefiting the local communities.
So, White Horses wanted to find out: Can the rest of the world learn from this small island nation? We’ve really only sketched out PNG’s Surf Management Plan with this pilot. White Horses says they’ve learnt a lot from doing this clip, and are stinging to crack on to a larger scale film production.
Indonesia produced 3.2 million tons of plastic waste in 2010, with around 1.29 million tons of that ending up in the ocean, according to a study published in the journal Science. The figure places Indonesia second only to China, with its 8.8 million tons of waste, or 27 percent of global plastic waste quoted from thejakartapost.com.
The shock assessment came as Jakarta said the number of blazes was increasing across the archipelago despite a multinational firefighting effort, and announced plans to deploy more water-bombing aircraft.
Experts say that along with dramatic global coral bleaching, thousands of fires across Indonesia represents the next sign of an intensifying global El Niño event. And the consequences, in this case, could affect the entire globe’s atmosphere.
Tourism with agriculture are expected to be well integrated so as to foster a symbiotic relationship mutualism in Bali
In her sickening Facebook post, Tri wrote: “Hasil berburu hari ini……Nyam….nyam……”, or “The results of today’s hunt… Yum… yum…”. It is not yet clear why she hunted the leopard cats or whether she actually ate them.
Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Political Legal and Security Affairs Luhut Pandjaitan says multinational efforts to put out the fires in South Sumatra are progressing well.
The California Coastal Commission on Tuesday approved construction of a controversial “concrete monolith” to bury spent fuel at the shuttered San Onofre nuclear power plant, despite many unknowns — including precisely how the casks containing the deadly waste will be monitored.
Rio’s sewage-filled waters are not only a problem for next year’s Olympics. Organizers of Brazil’s stop on the World Surf League hope to move their event from a beach at Barra da Tijuca to a clean beach further west.