CHARLEBOIS, SMIT: With help from $230 million in funding, the Ocean Frontier Institute sets out to examine the damage to oceans and how they can be saved
MORGAN: Step aside climate change, it is the state of our oceans that is reaching the point of no return
GRIGG: The pollution is of such magnitude that it can only be described as obscene
GRIGG: The public and politicians still don’t understand the significance of what is happening.
The looting of the southern oceans by wealthy countries is sending poor countries into economic and nutritional distress.
VANCOUVER, BC, June 29, 2011/ Troy Media/ – “We are looking at consequences for humankind that will impact in our lifetime, and worse, our children’s and generations beyond that . . .”
VANCOUVER, BC, Mar. 17, 2011/ Troy Media/ – The recently-released draft framework is full of good intentions, but it suffers from a surfeit of weak language and vague requirements . . .