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Character and content of India, US Relation substantial: Indian Envoy to US Taranjit Sandhu

DNA India 13 Oct 2021
Q How do u describe the visit of PM. In terms of outcome? Also read. PM Modi in US ... Q ... Q ... In this summit, leaders have expanded the scope to include new areas and important amongst them is space which includes exchange of satellite data, tackling climate change, sustainable uses of ocean, marine resources, and responding to challenges in shared domains.
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Biden restores beloved national monuments, reversing Trump cuts

The Observer 08 Oct 2021
Brad Sewell, senior director of the Natural Resources Defense Council’s oceans program, said he was thrilled with the decision and the fact that it will help to preserve important marine wildlife and the deep-sea coral gardens within the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine national monument.
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Survey of the world's reefs reveals the extent of the coral reef crisis

Phys Dot Org 07 Oct 2021
By involving local experts and government officials in data collection, combining the scientific findings with outreach and education efforts, and addressing disparities in ocean literacy, the Foundation was able to provide countries with the information they needed to manage their marine resources effectively.
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The litmus test for Quad’s success

Business Line 07 Oct 2021
However, it’s the economic partnership among the four nations which will actually decide where Quad will stand a few years down the line ... The Quad partners have also started dialogues to exchange Earth observation satellite data, analyses on climate-change risks and the sustainable use of oceans and marine resources.
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Europe’s sustainable blue economy

Open Access Government 06 Oct 2021
Respecting and protecting the ocean encompasses many missions, including the sustainable use of marine resources, support for fishermen and women, coastal communities, ports and encouraging marine biodiversity ... “We fully subscribe to the EU’s ambition to restore biodiversity by protecting 30% of its marine space by 2030.
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Interview: UN ocean envoy says encouraged by China's source-to-sea ethos

China.dot.org 04 Oct 2021
In 2017, Thomson was appointed as the UN secretary-general's special envoy for the ocean tasked with the responsibility of promoting the implementation of the outcomes of the UN Ocean Conference, protecting the ocean and marine resources and boosting sustainable development.
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Academy shares maritime tech strategy guide

Taipei Times 02 Oct 2021
The academy is affiliated with the Ocean Affairs Council. NAMR president Chiu Yung-fang (邱永芳) publicized the “Marine Technology Policy Guidelines” at a conference of the Taiwan Ocean Union at National Sun Yat-sen University in Kaohsiung ... To conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources, he added.
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The Coastal Atlas of Ireland: Where land meets the sea

The Irish Times 02 Oct 2021
It has internationally significant and long-established research capabilities in the development of technologies, engineering and management of resources, including the Lir National Ocean Test Facility, in MaREI at UCC, and the Atlantic Marine Energy Test Site at Belmullet, Co Mayo.
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India backs move to designate East Antarctica, Weddell Sea as Marine Protected Areas

Indian Express 01 Oct 2021
What is the Atlantic Ocean’s largest protected marine reserve?. He urged the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) member countries to ensure that India remains associated with the formulation, adaptation and implementation mechanisms of these MPAs in future.
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Low oxygen levels along Pacific Northwest coast a ‘silent’ climate change crisis

The Oregonian 30 Sep 2021
They are spurred by naturally occurring coastal upwellings and algae blooms, exacerbated by climate change, said Francis Chan, director of the Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies at Oregon State University ... But the deaths of marine creatures have alarmed not only scientists, but coastal tribes, whose livelihoods rely on the ocean.
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Chinese foodies show growing appetite for African seafood

People Daily 30 Sep 2021
CHANGSHA, Sept ... "A lobster from Angola in Africa can appear on a table in Changsha within 24 hours." ... Frozen lobsters are about 20 percent cheaper when shipped by sea. Countries in West Africa near the Atlantic Ocean are rich in marine fishery resources, and many locals rely on fishing and selling seafood to feed their families, said Giare B ... .
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Low oxygen levels along Pacific Northwest coast a 'silent' climate change crisis

Herald and News 29 Sep 2021
They are spurred by naturally occurring coastal upwellings and algae blooms, exacerbated by climate change, said Francis Chan, director of the Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies at Oregon State University ... But the deaths of marine creatures have alarmed not only scientists, but coastal tribes, whose livelihoods rely on the ocean.
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Low oxygen levels along Pacific Northwest coast are a 'silent' climate change crisis

Phys Dot Org 29 Sep 2021
They are spurred by naturally occurring coastal upwellings and algae blooms, exacerbated by climate change, said Francis Chan, director of the Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies at Oregon State University ... But the deaths of marine creatures have alarmed not only scientists, but coastal tribes, whose livelihoods rely on the ocean.
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Economic Watch: Chinese foodies show growing appetite for African seafood

China.dot.org 29 Sep 2021
CHANGSHA, Sept ... "A lobster from Angola in Africa can appear on a table in Changsha within 24 hours." ... Frozen lobsters are about 20 percent cheaper when shipped by sea. Countries in West Africa near the Atlantic Ocean are rich in marine fishery resources, and many locals rely on fishing and selling seafood to feed their families, said Giare B ... Enditem .
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Low Oxygen Levels Along Pacific Northwest Coast a 'Silent' Climate Change Crisis, Scientists Say

The Centralia Chronicle 28 Sep 2021
They are spurred by naturally occurring coastal upwellings and algae blooms, exacerbated by climate change, said Francis Chan, director of the Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies at Oregon State University ... But the deaths of marine creatures have alarmed not only scientists, but coastal tribes, whose livelihoods rely on the ocean.
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