Obama’s Pledge on the Environment “We cannot afford more of the same timid politics when the future of our planet is at stake. Global warming…View More From the Editor’s Desk: Obama and the Environment
This is from via ABC Radio Australia News…Delay as Canadian firm seeks PNG mining licence The Papua New Guinea government has delayed granting a Canadian mining company,…View More Delay in PNG Mining Permit?
Well shit… The green-lighting of the world’s first deep-sea mineral mine in Papua New Guinea waters has caused alarm among scientists and indigenous people who…View More PNG Gives OK to Deep-Sea Mining
Nautilus Mining is the virus that will not go away. You have to admire their persistence if it did not come with destruction of deep-sea ecosystems. Nautilus…View More Tapping the Oceans Mineral Wealth With Deep Sea Mining
I spotted these kick-ass signs on the side of the road yesterday in Grand Isle, LA (the community profiled in Sunday’s Times-Picayune Article). Whoever took…View More I want to meet the legend who painted these
I could write about a detailed account of a new study in PLoS One. I could discuss how the researchers imported information on the spatial…View More Our Impacts on the Deep
Newsweek broaches this subject discussing the move by China to being exploring the mining of massive sulfide deposits, i.e. hydrothermal vents. Samantha Smith from Nautilus,…View More Is Deep-Sea Mining Bad?
An occasional series where we briefly report 3 new studies and tell you why they are cool! A new report from Lambert et al. reports…View More The Tide Pool: Super Sperm Whales, Extinction Debts, and Vent Conservation
Deep-sea mining as been our radar for awhile. Now it’s on NYT’s Green Blog. Put it on yours. The Chinese government announces plans for deep-sea mining;…View More On Our Radar: Deep-Sea Mining