#Oceans

Innovations in the service of the oceans

Episode 3 of WWF France's "The Panda Effect" Podcast series has just been released: a new episode entitled "Innovations in the service of the oceans" plunges the listener into the heart of unknown territory since only 5% of the seabed has been explored. Immediate embarkation... and new sound for the first three podcasts.

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High seas, what's at stake?

Sources d’enjeux économiques, sociaux et environnementaux, les océans sont menacés. Le Museum national d’Histoire naturelle organise une rencontre le lundi 16 décembre, à 19h, sur le thème « Haute mer, quels enjeux ? » Depuis le milieu du XXe siècle, les activités humaines en haute mer n’ont cessé de se développer et les

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IPCC report on the oceans: nothing's going right any more

IPCC report on the oceans: nothing's going right any more

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has just published its special report on oceans and the cryosphere on 25 September. One hundred and four scientists from thirty-six countries have referenced and deciphered seventy thousand publications; their 900-page report provides an implacable diagnosis of the state of the oceans and the cryosphere.

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oceans and data

Social networks to help the world's oceans

Ocean ecosystems are in decline. In a new report published at the end of April in the Journal of Marine Sciences of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), marine conservationists and data professionals from IBM reveal new ways in which technology and networks

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The caps are cooked

The caps are cooked

The young people who demonstrated on 15 March in all the major countries of the world for the climate showed their determination but also their sense of shock formulas. One of them flowered on the brandied signs. We are adopting it to report on a report (yet another) published by the United Nations.

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Thermohaline circulation

The Gulf Stream is breaking apart at breakneck speed. It's very bad news.

On s’en doutait depuis plusieurs années mais aujourd’hui les scientifiques sont formels et c’est une première. Deux études viennent en effet d’être publiées simultanément dans la revue Nature. Elles constatent un dérèglement alarmant de la circulation des courants océaniques dans l’Atlantique, ceux qui contribuent à la régulation du climat mondial.

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