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Scientists have just detected a major change to the Earth’s oceans linked to a warming climate – The Washington Post

The oceans are losing oxygen, posing growing threats to marine life. Source: Scientists have just detected a major change to the Earth’s oceans linked to a warming climate – The Washington Post

Boston climate change report paints dire portrait of 50-year forecast | Boston Herald

Unchecked or with only moderate reductions, a three-foot increase in sea level is “highly probable,” the report says. That would lead to significant flooding even at monthly high tides, and billion-dollar damages. Source: Boston climate change report paints dire portrait of 50-year forecast | Boston Herald

Decommissioning of offshore facilities increasing significantly – Oilpro

The decommissioning of aging offshore oil and gas platforms, subsea wells and related assets is increasing dramatically, with more than 600 projects expected to be disposed of during the next five years alone. Source: Decommissioning of offshore facilities increasing significantly – Oilpro

Shell to tie executive bonuses to greenhouse gas goals – Business – CBC News

The new initiative by the Anglo-Dutch group comes in response to mounting pressure from investors to adapt to an expected flattening in oil consumption within as little as five years and international plans to phase out fossil fuels by the end of the century to combat global warming. Source: Shell to tie executive bonuses to… Read More ›

Arctic Methane Emergency: Methane released by the Gigaton!

Polar Cruise Ships To Feature Rolls-Royce Green Tech

Norwegian explorer cruise line Hurtigruten is to build two new expedition ships using a new and environmentally sustainable hybrid… Source: Polar Cruise Ships To Feature Rolls-Royce Green Tech

The World’s Renewable Energy Capacity Now Beats Out Coal

The tipping point marks a major milestone in the transition to cleaner power sources. Source: The World’s Renewable Energy Capacity Now Beats Out Coal

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