Global climate target could net additional six million tons of fish annually

The amount and species of fish caught in different parts of the world will impact local fishers and make fisheries management more difficult.
Posted On 22 Dec 2016
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New National Oceans Protection Plan Announced

Goal is to have a world-leading marine safety system that protects Canada’s coasts from oil tanker spills
Posted On 07 Nov 2016
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United States faces megadroughts and superstorms

New studies warn that megadroughts and superstorms could become regular events in the US if burning fossil fuels continues.
Posted On 25 Oct 2016
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Ocean warming intensifies power of typhoons

The violence of typhoons that devastate Asian coastal regions is being magnified by rising sea surface temperatures caused by greenhouse gas emissions.
Posted On 11 Sep 2016
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The Elephants of Antarctica & Greenland

The “elephants” of Greenland and Antarctica are on the move, flexing their big bodies, and getting ready to go for a swim in the ocean. We have time to begin adapting to the new reality,
Posted On 12 Aug 2016
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Multi-Million Dollar Investment in Training BC’s Future Shipbuilders

Seaspan’s investment supports our leadership in graduate education and research that will advance B.C.’s shipbuilding and marine industries into the future
Posted On 25 Jun 2016

Riding the Clean Energy Wave

This is a robust product that can be deployed in a real-world environment and can produce power and water
Posted On 16 Jun 2016
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Doing more to save our oceans

On World Oceans Day (June 8), Canadians across the country say we're not doing enough to care for our oceans, and they're prepared to take action.
Posted On 07 Jun 2016
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