Belize Connects with Morocco on Marine and Coastal Development



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The Kingdom of Morocco is all the way in Africa, but that huge country with a population of thirty-two million plus, shares commonalities with Belize. This week, representatives from Morocco are in Belize to collaborate on issues involving the marine environment. A first of its kind study tour between the two countries is being coordinated through the World Bank to carry out a conservation and climate adaptation project. News Five’s Duane Moody has the following report.

MP Malcolmson: When will Trudeau stand up for coastal communities?



Today in the House of Commons, MP Sheila Malcolmson stood and demanded the Liberals to listen to coastal communities and adopt her legislation.

“Oil spills and marine debris from thousands of abandoned vessels pollute our waterways and put local fishing and tourism jobs in at risk. After years of neglect, the Trudeau government won’t commit the resources needed to deal with the backlog of abandoned boats. Coastal communities can’t wait any longer for legislation to fix abandoned vessels. This week, Union of BC Municipalities will vote on a resolution urging Trudeau government to adopt my legislation to solve the problem of abandoned vessels. When will this government finally listen to the coastal communities? And will they support my legislation to clean our coasts?”

Coastal communities have been sounding the alarm for decades, but only Sheila Malcolmson and New Democrats have legislation ready to fix vessel registration, pilot a vessel turn-in program, create good green jobs by supporting local marine salvage businesses and vessel recycling, and make Coast Guard responsible for directing the removal of abandoned vessels

Coastal Cleanup Volunteers picked up trash from beaches in Santa cruz County to the Big Sur coast



Pounds of trash left behind on beaches, this year’s coastal cleanup volunteers went from beaches and waterways in Santa Cruz County to the Big Sur coast.
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Coastal Daybreak | Rachel Noble, UNC Institute of Marine Science | September 21, 2017



Water quality expert Dr. Rachel Noble from the UNC Institute of Marine Science joins host Ben Ball to discuss the potential long-term impacts of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Texas.

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Coastal Daybreak | Dr. Rick Luettich, UNC Institute of Marine Science | September 12, 2017



Dr. Rick Leuttich of the UNC Institute of Marine Science joined Ben Ball on Coastal Daybreak to discuss the impacts of coastal Hurricane Harvey and Irma.

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Coastal Daybreak | Dr. Hans Paerl, UNC Institute of Marine Science | September 11, 2017



Dr. Hans Paerl of the UNC Institute of Marine Science joined Ben Ball on Coastal Daybreak to talk about how water quality is impacted by recent hurricanes.

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Volunteers brave heavy rains to make International Coastal Cleanup success



Heavy rains that lashed the coast did not dampen the resolve of the Indian Coast Guard that successfully coordinated International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) – 2017 at Panambur beach with the support of volunteers.

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Coastal guard ship Varuna decommissioned | Mathrubhumi News



Kochi: Coastal guard ship Varuna has been decommissioned. Varuna retires after thirty years of service. In the beginning of next month, the ship will be handed over to Sri Lanka’s coastal navy. Varuna was graetly feared by pirates in the eighties.

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