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Indonesia Named One of The Most Maritime Piracy Affected Regions

Indonesia Named One of The Most Maritime Piracy Affected Regions

The threat of Maritime Piracy has grown enormously in past few years specially in Piracy Affected Regions. The news that some pirates attack some crew members and looted a ship is now becoming quite common these days and it should have to be prevented. They not only demand ransom against crew members but also threaten […]

Plane Search Shows World’s Oceans Are Full of Trash

Plane Search Shows World’s Oceans Are Full of Trash

Before Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing, sea trash was not a global headliner. But as hundreds of objects sighted off the Australian coast as possible aircraft debris turn out to be discarded fishing equipment, cargo container parts, or plastic shopping bags, a new narrative is emerging in the hunt for the missing plane: There’s more garbage out there than you think. Most of it is plastic. And marine life ingests it, with catastrophic consequences.

Indonesia Second Biggest Marine Pollutant

Indonesia Second Biggest Marine Pollutant

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.

2020 Tokyo Organizer Recommends Olympic Surfing To Take Place in Ocean

2020 Tokyo Organizer Recommends Olympic Surfing To Take Place in Ocean

“We are delighted that Surfing will take place on natural waves if it is admitted to the Tokyo 2020 Sports Programme. Surfing is hugely popular in Japan and the country has hosted many national and international competitions in a number of beautiful ocean locations. There are some great and thriving beach-based Surfing hotspots to choose from which would be ideal for Olympic Surfing.

Teenager To Remove 7M Tons of Trash From Oceans

Teenager To Remove 7M Tons of Trash From Oceans

When the original Ocean Cleanup Array plan was presented over a year ago, it was immediately met with a significant amount of skepticism. However, a new year-long feasibility study has confirmed teenage inventor and conservationist Boyan Slat’s claims. What does this mean? If implemented and executed to specification, we might actually be able to remove up to seven million tons of plastic trash from the world’s oceans.