Nathan and I chat about Luxury Hotels working in Conservation; Antarctic up for 2 protected areas; The Ocean loves Heat; The GBR is not dead!
It’s Ocean Talk Friday again where Nathan and I get together and chat about 4 very important articles of the week…at least…to us. This week we talk about some great articles and we talk about our big Fantasy Football wins this week in our Marine Conservation Football Fantasy League.
Here are the stories that we discussed this week:
1) Vogue lists 8 luxury hotels that are carbon neutral and help marine conservation;
2) Russia hosts a 24 member country delegation to vote on 2 Antarctic Protected Areas;
3) The Ocean absorbs more heat than we thought, but we are not out of the woods; and,
4) The Great Barrier Reef is not dead!
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Today we discussed the following:
- Vogue reports: These exclusive island retreats aren’t just dream beach getaways. They’re guardians of the ocean, implementing conservation efforts that protect the surrounding coral reefs and marine life. Guests can admire the sea from luxe digs, observe tropical fish and coral reefs from beneath the waves, or participate in eco-efforts that will ensure the future of each island paradise.
- Martin Parry from Phys.org reports: Talks opened in Australia on Monday to create two vast marine sanctuaries aimed at protecting the pristine wilderness of Antarctica with Russia and China key to whether they succeed.
Scientific American reports: A fleet of robots, trolling the oceans and measuring their heat content, has revolutionized scientists’ ability to study how climate change is affecting the seas.
- The Great Barrier Reef sits off the coast of Australia and is the largest reef system in the world. It extends more than 1,400 miles and has over 3,000 individual reefs. The area has drawn attention in the last decade due to extensive coral bleaching, or when stressed corals expel algae and turn white. Bleaching can be linked to changing tides or to rising water temperatures. As presented by Interesting Engineering.
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