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Seafarers

The sea has always exerted a huge fascination on man: stories, legends, films, books have the blue giant as protagonist. Many remain enchanted watching the reflection of the water, then there are those who can't resist a dip; others, on…

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World Water Day 2022

Try to imagine our lives without water: we would not be able to drink, eat or wash ourselves. There would be no plants and animals, no rain, no seas, rivers, lakes... In short, without water, life on our Earth would…

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The extent of sea ice in Antarctica continues to shrink

As rising global temperatures alter the landscape of the Arctic, scientists are observing what promises to be a new record at the other end of the globe. In fact, preliminary data from the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC)…

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Millions of icefish nests discovered in Antarctica

A recent expedition aboard the German icebreaker Polarstern led to an unexpected discovery hidden beneath the Filchner shelf in the Weddell Sea. While Polarstern's research team was studying the chemical links between surface water and the seabed using a special…

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The Arctic will get wetter due to global warming

According to a University of Manitoba study published in Nature Communications, soon more rain than snow will fall on the Arctic due to global warming. This study projects the time when rainfall will exceed snowfall to be thirty years earlier…

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First Sustainable Fishing Week in Italy

From 1 to 7 November the first Sustainable Fishing Week promoted by MSC Marine Stewardship Council will be held in Italy, with the aim of raising awareness among as many people as possible of the importance of consuming fish products…

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Water grabbing

“Clear, sweet fresh water,” wrote Petrarch, by many considered a precursor of Italian literature. Before him, St. Francis dedicated two of the first lines of his world-famous Canticle of the Creatures to water: “Praised be You, my Lord, through Sister…

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Sea levels will become increasingly more extreme

Extreme sea levels will become much more frequent due to global warming and climate change, as will other extreme weather events such as heat waves. This was stated in a study published in Nature Climate Change in which 7,000 coastal…

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How much will sea levels have risen in cities by 2150?

In 2150, the coasts and the landscape around them will differ considerably from those we know today. Some islands, well-known beaches and art cities, such as Venice, will be flooded by the sea, because its level is rising due to…

 
 
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