Waterlife is an exquisite and stunning website and also a shocking documentary. An exercise of communication that opens our eyes in front of one of the major disasters of all times. The Great Lakes are changing and there something wrong with its waters...
In the 1960’s, Richard O’Barry was the world’s leading authority on dolphin training, working on the set of the popular television program Flipper. Day in and day out, O’Barry kept the dolphins working and television audiences smiling. But one day, that all came to a tragic end.
Roadmap to recovery. Take action! Without the oceans, life on Earth would not be possible. They pulse across the globe driving the natural forces which maintain life on our planet: providing vital sources of protein, energy, minerals and other products; creating over half of our oxygen; driving weather systems and natural flows of energy.
Recently, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association reported that most of the oil from the BP spill had either been disbursed or evaporated. It begs the questions: How much oil is left in the Gulf of Mexico, and where has it gone?Leaders in the nonprofit, corporate and academic environments are working on providing answers.
Oceana a worldide organization that campaigns to protect and restore the world’s oceans is attending Copenhagen Summit (7-18 Dec 2009) to ask for a reduction of the effects of Ocean acidification.