1. Tens of Thousands “March for Science” Around the World–There is No Planet B
This past Earth Day, April 22, 2017, tens of thousands of scientists and concerned citizens marched for science all around the world. Over 600 cities participated. This non-partisan gathering rallied for funding for science research and celebrated science. Many clever signs were carried, including “The oceans are rising, and so are we.”
2. A Third of Global Fishing Goes Unreported
3. Baby Whales “Whisper” to Mother to Not Alert Predators
4. The People’s Climate March
5. Could Plastic-Eating Caterpillars Result in Pollution Metamorphosis?
6. Whale and Boat Collisions are More Common Than Thought
7. Navy Re-creates Hagfish Slime for Many New Uses
8. Arctic Ocean Dead End for Plastic Pollution
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