8 02, 2021

Why Great White Sharks Have Been Disappearing from South Africa’s Coastlines?

February 8th, 2021|Environmental Matters|Comments Off on Why Great White Sharks Have Been Disappearing from South Africa’s Coastlines?

While the idea of the Great White monsters on the coast of South African beaches seems scary and unwanted, the fact that one of the country's most recognized sharks are disappearing from the coastlines is alarming. Dr. Sara Andreotti, [...]

2 02, 2021

Measure People Should Take to Protect Coral Reefs

February 2nd, 2021|Environmental Matters|Comments Off on Measure People Should Take to Protect Coral Reefs

Coral reefs are beautiful because they are bright and filled with some of the biggest and colorful biodiversity of fish and sea life but they are also important for many other reasons. These mass underwater ecosystems are responsible for [...]

20 01, 2021

The Importance of Conserving Water in 2021

January 20th, 2021|Environmental Matters, General|Comments Off on The Importance of Conserving Water in 2021

2020 has presented a lot of negative circumstances in the world, some of which have been good. That includes exposing many inequalities in the world. Although the Covid-19 pandemic wasn't the cause of water scarcity to every household equally [...]

8 01, 2021

Deep Under in the Unexplored Parts of the Ocean

January 8th, 2021|Environmental Matters, General|Comments Off on Deep Under in the Unexplored Parts of the Ocean

You can ask the biggest expert of marine life and biology about the ocean, and even he or she wouldn't be able to tell you what exists in the deepest parts of the ocean. The Mariana Trench is the [...]

27 11, 2020

River Pollution in South Africa

November 27th, 2020|Environmental Matters|Comments Off on River Pollution in South Africa

A South African study has pinpointed the source of water pollution in a river that is filled with bacteria. In Africa, there has been a lot of struggles concerning clean drinking water and proper sanitation, which makes this incident [...]

25 11, 2020

Why Humans Get Sick as Opposed to Dolphins Diving into the Ocean?

November 25th, 2020|Environmental Matters, General|Comments Off on Why Humans Get Sick as Opposed to Dolphins Diving into the Ocean?

Dolphins are incredible mammals, but so are humans. Even though dolphins belong in the ocean and humans belong on land, humans get sick when they dive into the ocean, according to a study published in Frontiers in Physiology. The [...]

2 11, 2020

Can We Mine the Deep Sea Without Placing Marine Life in Jeopardy?

November 2nd, 2020|Environmental Matters, General|Comments Off on Can We Mine the Deep Sea Without Placing Marine Life in Jeopardy?

The ocean has countless mineral resources in the deepest parts of the ocean that can be used for profitable purposes. However, is there a risk involved, or can deepsea harvesting work? Mining agencies have made a promise to minimize [...]

30 10, 2020

5 Unexplainable Ocean Discoveries Worldwide

October 30th, 2020|Environmental Matters, General|Comments Off on 5 Unexplainable Ocean Discoveries Worldwide

The ocean is filled with many mysteries, some of which scientists struggle to resolve, even after years of research. From bacteria to statues under the water, there’s more to discover than just the creatures living in the deepest, darkest [...]

22 10, 2020

4 Species Suffering from Illegal Ocean Activities

October 22nd, 2020|Environmental Matters|Comments Off on 4 Species Suffering from Illegal Ocean Activities

Countless species get affected by human hazards every day. It includes plastic pollution, oil spills, and global warming as the top three causes of oceanic species suffering. Even though these acts are done knowingly, and people are aware of [...]

14 10, 2020

The Potential Release of Fukushima Water into the Ocean

October 14th, 2020|Environmental Matters|Comments Off on The Potential Release of Fukushima Water into the Ocean

There are storage tanks with contaminated water stationed at the Tokyo Electric Power Company's nuclear power plant. It is situated in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture overlooking the ocean, which makes it convenient for the Japanese government to release nuclear waste. [...]