Unfortunately, although we depend on the Fisheries Service to get it right, its latest authorization to the Navy just this
In Barcelona, one of the world's most culturally vibrant cities, music meets technology every year for three days in June. Sónar 2016, with an artist roster as diverse as its attendees, exemplified why it is one of the most important electronic events on the calendar.
After NRDC took over the cause, we dissolved the Silent Oceans Trust, surrendered the URL that became a gateway to Ocean
Since 1994, the NRDC has prosecuted a series of federal lawsuits to persuade the Navy to adopt -- and its federal regulator the National Marine Fisheries Service to require -- common sense safeguards for the protection of whales and other marine life from unnecessary harm.
Whale and dolphin lovers rejoice! 🐳🐬
Summer is officially here and that means more festivals than you can count and live music almost everywhere you turn. Growing up in Texas, Lollapalooza was the only festival I ever attended.
The treadmill addresses the main difference between running in the great outdoors and along that revolving belt: outside
A federal judge this week invalidated a plan allowing the U.S. Navy to conduct dangerous and disruptive war games that the government admitted would cause about 9.6 million instances of harm to marine mammals over five years.
Wisconsin Nonprofit to Provide High-Tech Help in Search for Two People Missing Under River Ice in Remote Alaska
A Wisconsin man who started a nonprofit to safely recover submerged bodies will be bringing high-resolution side-scanning sonar equipment to the search on Dec. 26.
Among a wide range of potential harms, scientists have found that high-powered Navy sonar disrupts blue whale feeding, halting their deep-foraging dives, displacing them from krill patches, and silencing their calls.
This year, Sónar highlighted a very modern reality: there are no clearly defined roles within the creative sector anymore. Multi and interdisciplinary practice has become the norm and lines have been blurred between creators, artists, technicians, performers, DJs and even audiences.
Ocean Fish and the Oil Industry - Conflict Brews as the Trinidad Tobago Fishing Community Stands Up to Big Oil
Members of a small nation with the hearts of a lion are standing up to big oil in order to protect fish, and their fishing way of life.
Eating Raw Whale Meat While Dishing up Baloney -- How Industry is Imperiling the Oceans While We Aren't Looking
It is serious, deadly, and frightening -- both in what is going on under the ocean surface, and the lack of laws and controls to protect whales, dolphins, and other animals.
Whales, dolphins, seals and sea lions got a good break this week when a judge told a federal wildlife agency it's not doing enough to protect them from Navy war exercises along the West Coast.
A noisy technology that blasts sounds below water to map the ocean for oil is being blamed for 100 melon headed whale deaths