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Celebrate the Oceans and Collaborate for A Better Future

[Photo from Chasing Coral, showcased in EARTHxFilm] Why are oceans so important, and crucial to the lives of humans around the world? They help to feed us. They help regulate the climate around us. And they generate most of the oxygen we breathe! We celebrate the oceans year-round, but especially on June 8, for World…

May 30, 2017 • Natural Resources & Conservation

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How Learning To SCUBA Dive Can Help The Oceans

Want to truly understand the ocean, and how important ocean conservation is? One way to start is to…get in the ocean. And one way to do that is to learn how to SCUBA dive. Speak Up For Blue, a SCUBA diving blog, lists three reasons how SCUBA divers can help save the oceans, including the…

March 17, 2017 • Children & FamilyNatural Resources & Conservation

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Saving the 'Blue Heart' of the Planet One Hope Spot at a Time

Covering over 70 percent of the earth’s surface and home for 97% of life on Earth, the ocean acts as a natural life support system, driving climate and weather, stabilizing temperature, and shaping the Earth’s chemistry. Over the past 50 years, we have drawn down the ocean’s assets rapidly with a significant loss of coral…

March 10, 2017 • Event NewsExhibitor SpotlightNatural Resources & Conservation

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Want To Know The Latest Innovations in Land and Biodiversity Conservation? Start Here

When you think innovation, what comes to mind? Chances are it might be technology related – but what’s not as common to come across in the trending news articles is innovation in the nature conservation arena. Conservation innovation stems from passionate work done by volunteers and environmental professionals striving to develop initiatives that protect land,…

March 6, 2017 • Event NewsExhibitor SpotlightNatural Resources & Conservation

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Microplastics: The Toxic Food for Fish

The ocean is massive, covering more than 70% of the planet. That’s roughly 140 million square miles of surface. Did you also know that only about 10% of this vast and beautiful entity has been explored by humans? This may be hard to imagine as it seems like humankind has left no stone unturned, but…

January 19, 2017 • Latest NewsNatural Resources & Conservation

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Land: Forests and Trees

In a general sense, everyone knows how important forests and trees are for human beings. Plants produce approximately half the oxygen on the planet. Every other breath comes from the forests, trees, and other plants of the world. Forests, like the Amazon rainforest, are home to some of the most diverse ecosystems on Earth. They…

December 19, 2015 • AttendNatural Resources & Conservation

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Water: Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Water is synonymous with life on Earth. In each of its forms, water is the lifeblood of all humans, animals, and plants. Although we named it “Earth,” our planet is more than 70 percent ocean. Microscopic marine microbes like plankton generate the other half of all oxygen on Earth. Humans are just beginning to understand…

December 19, 2015 • AttendNatural Resources & Conservation

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Air & Climate

Air pollution and quality are global issues. Smog paralyzes cities from China to Indonesia, American children suffer from higher and higher rates of asthma, and poor air quality leads to thousands of premature deaths a year. The good news? There are some fantastic organizations and technologies out there cleaning up our skies. Weather and climate…

December 19, 2015 • AttendNatural Resources & Conservation

Every other breath you take comes from the ocean..

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