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Russell Hill said: “BlueTechMD is bringing a multitude of collaborations together to support technological advancements in areas that include sustainable aquaculture, offshore wind, and the health of our harbors and oceans - issues that will improve lives” External link

federallabs Thursday, October 14, 2021 1:50:00 PM CEST

Justin Zimmerman explica: «Mantenemos los corales sanos y salvos (…) Si siguieran en la naturaleza, hasta el 90 % de ellos habría muerto» External link

tiempo Saturday, October 2, 2021 6:55:00 PM CEST

Heather Koldeway said: "Climate change is undoubtedly one of the most critical global threats of our time. Plastic pollution is also having a global impact; from the top of Mount Everest to the deepest parts of our ocean. Both are having a detrimental effect on ocean biodiversity; with climate change heating ocean temperatures and bleaching coral reefs, to plastic damaging habitats and causing fatalities among marine species. The compounding impact of both crises just exacerbates the problem. It's not a case of debating which issue is most important, it's recognizing that the two crises are interconnected and require joint solutions" External link

phys Tuesday, September 28, 2021 3:11:00 PM CEST

Heather Koldeway added: "The biggest shift will be moving away from wasteful single-use plastic and from a linear to circular economy that reduces the demand for damaging fossil fuels" External link

phys Tuesday, September 28, 2021 3:11:00 PM CEST

Heather Koldeway aggiunto: «Il più grande cambiamento sarà l’allontanamento dallo spreco di plastica monouso e da un’economia lineare a quella circolare che riduce la domanda di combustibili fossili dannosi» External link

greenreport Tuesday, September 28, 2021 9:30:00 AM CEST

Petteri Taalas said: “By unpacking the interconnections between the WMO climate indicators and the SDGs through clear visual maps, this report aims to contribute to the sustainable development agenda and to inspire leaders to take bolder climate action” External link

downtoearth Thursday, September 23, 2021 9:43:00 PM CEST

David Lusseau says: “For example, one crucial question we are unable to answer at the moment is how much health benefits a neighborhood gains from having a simple park? How many days in hospitals, doctor’s visits, mental health deterioration are avoided by regular visits in nature like marine protected areas? But now, the social media sampling approaches to capture CES are getting us closer to being able to capture this,” External link

miragenews Friday, August 20, 2021 6:58:00 PM CEST

David Lusseau says: “The Wadden Sea National Park raises a good point about MPAs: All sorts of areas are classified as marine protected areas. A positive way to see this is that there are plenty of regulatory opportunities to establish protected areas at sea,” External link

miragenews Friday, August 20, 2021 6:58:00 PM CEST

David Lusseau says: “In the policy arena, for all nations, and for inter-governmental organisations, our study and the body of work on which it builds provides a new avenue to value nature more comprehensively. It shows us that we can understand human-nature interactions from social media posts,” External link

miragenews Friday, August 20, 2021 6:58:00 PM CEST

David Lusseau explains: “We as society tend to shoot in the dark when planning for cultural ecosystem services. We know that experiences with nature can do people good, but we are still very vague about what and where those CES are more likely to occur we are, in fact, really poor at identifying and valuing CES” External link

dtu Friday, August 20, 2021 6:06:00 PM CEST

David Lusseau says: “For example, one crucial question we should really be able to answer, but are unable to do at the moment, is how much health benefits a neighbourhood gains from having a simple park? How many days in hospitals, doctor's visits, mental health deterioration are avoided by regular visits in nature like marine protected areas? But now, the social media sampling approaches to capture CES are getting us closer to being able to capture this” External link

dtu Friday, August 20, 2021 6:06:00 PM CEST

David Lusseau says: “Importantly, we show for the first time at a global scale that the average MPA do provide more CES, and we list the species and landscapes on which people focus at MPA sites. This has immediate applications to help MPA managers around the world, and communities considering MPA designation, account for these benefits and find ways for communities to exploit them sustainably,” External link

dtu Friday, August 20, 2021 6:06:00 PM CEST

David Lusseau says: “The Wadden Sea National Park raises a good point about MPAs: All sorts of areas are classified as marine protected areas. A positive way to see this is that there are plenty of regulatory opportunities to establish protected areas at sea,” External link

dtu Friday, August 20, 2021 6:06:00 PM CEST

David Lusseau says: “In the policy arena, for all nations, and for inter-governmental organisations, our study, and the body of work on which it builds showing that we can understand human-nature interactions from social media posts, provides a new avenue to value nature in a more comprehensive manner,” External link

dtu Friday, August 20, 2021 6:06:00 PM CEST

Ilan Kelman said: “Even if humans were not changing the climate, the risk of these sorts of disasters would be ever-present and substantially increasing,” “We are putting more people and property in harm’s way and we are not training people to be able to deal with atypical environmental events like fires, floods and droughts” External link

thearabweekly Saturday, August 7, 2021 11:38:00 AM CEST

Ilan Kelman said: “Even if humans were not changing the climate, the risk of these sorts of disasters would be ever-present and substantially increasing,” “We are putting more people and property in harm’s way and we are not training people to be able to deal with atypical environmental events like fires, floods and droughts” External link

gulf-times Friday, August 6, 2021 11:12:00 PM CEST

Ilan Kelman said: "Even if humans were not changing the climate, the risk of these sorts of disasters would be ever-present and substantially increasing," "We are putting more people and property in harm's way and we are not training people to be able to deal with atypical environmental events like fires, floods and droughts" External link

barrons Friday, August 6, 2021 1:43:00 PM CEST

Ilan Kelman said: "Even if humans were not changing the climate, the risk of these sorts of disasters would be ever-present and substantially increasing," "We are putting more people and property in harm's way and we are not training people to be able to deal with atypical environmental events like fires, floods and droughts" External link

yahoo-au Friday, August 6, 2021 1:42:00 PM CEST

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