By the end of this century, sea level rises alone could displace 13m people. Many states will have to grapple with hordes of residents seeking dry ground. But, as…

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Picture someone fishing, and a woman probably doesn’t come to mind. Men are the face of fisheries work, even though women are its backbone in much of the world….

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On 6 September the crew of Okeanos Marianas prepared for a cargo run to Luta (Rota), one of their neighboring islands to the south. The cargo contained almost 100…

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Governor Jerry Brown signed an executive order for statewide carbon neutrality by 2045 Last week, California Governor Jerry Brown signed State Senator and US Senate candidate Kevin de León’s…

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Corporate execs, career politicians, and environmental activists converged in San Francisco for the Climate Action Summit. The Global Climate Action Summit held in San Francisco September 12 through 14…

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Polynesian voyaging canoe Hikianalia arrived in San Francisco’s Bay Area just in time for the Global Climate Action Summit, scheduled for Sept. 12 to 14, 2018 Host Gov. Jerry…

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Just weeks before Nuclear Survivors Day, voyagers and educators brave more than 500 nautical miles of high seas aboard the traditionally designed, double-hulled sailing canoe, Okeanos Marshall Islands, to…

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We departed New Zealand with a crew of 6 — 3 from Yap, 2 from Tahiti and a Fijian. After a bit of delay because of being held in…

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A new study examines potential climate feedbacks that could push Earth into a ‘hothouse’ state A new paper, just published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…

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Aug 18  MORNING UPDATE: HIKIANALIA DEPARTS FOR CALIFORNIA After a nearly three-week weather delay, Polynesian voyaging canoe Hikianalia departed Sand Island, Honolulu at 7:00 a.m. this morning for San Francisco,…

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