‘Fitbit for the oceans’ aims to boost ailing seas

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Monitoring global ocean health with Conservation International’s new Ocean Health Index.

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Walmart, EDF and 3 reasons to think bigger on collaboration

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The Environmental Defense Fund’s Diane Regas recounts what it took to make headway on the world’s biggest retailer’s big sustainability goals.

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Climate Scientists to Sneak Data-Collecting Robots into Pirate-Infested Waters

July 15, 2011 by  
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Photo courtesy of CSIRO Huge swaths of the Indian Ocean are considered extremely dangerous, thanks to a still-ascendant rate of attacks by Somali pirates in those waters. 61% of all attacks on the open ocean occur in those waters. And that presents climate scientists looking to obtain a comprehensive picture of global ocean temperatures with a major problem. So, they’ve devised a plan: With the help of the U.S. and Australian Navies, they’ll launch 19… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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