Installing a massive water-filled tank full of colorful floral and different species of fish might sound like great way to give your home that enormous little touch of pizzazz you always envisioned. Or could prove to be a dangerous addition, as some species of floral can emit deadly chemicals.The Washington Post reports that while poisonings related to in-home coral …
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- Your Tank Of Colorful Coral Could Pose A Toxic Danger
By Ashlee Kieler - Friday Jul 28, 2017
- ‘Chasing Coral’ Review: Environmental Doc Exposes Oceanic Crisis
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- Friday Jul 14, 2017
Jeff Orlowski ("Chasing Ice") is more interested in advocacy than impartiality in this powerful look at our vanishing reefsIn “Chasing Ice,” he followed National Geographic photographer James Balog as he set out to capture shifting glaciers.Orlowski’s latest, “Chasing Coral,” sees the director diving headfirst into another obsession: the vanishing act of the world’s coral reefs.Out of the gate, Orlowski is gung-ho on creating a nautical thriller, featuring men at sea, miles away from the outside world.Watch Video: 'Chasing Coral' Producer Warns of Major Consequences as Reefs Approach ExtinctionLed by Richard Vevers (CEO of The Ocean Agency) and “coral nerd” (yes, those exist) Zack Rago, we begin to understand the plight of coral reefs.To these people, coral reefs are not merely a visual fascination; they’re a necessity for survival.Eroding coral reefs (due to a stress response called “coral bleaching”) is just the tip of the iceberg.
- This Coral Reef Now Has Its Own Innovative Insurance Policy
By Adele Peters - Thursday Aug 17, 2017
Because the reef protects the businesses on the shore in Mexico, it offers an incredible amount of economic value. Now, when it’s damaged, repairing it will be paid for.
A 40-mile stretch of coral reef off the coast of Puerto Morelos, Mexico–part of the roughly 700-mile long Mesoamerican Reef, the second largest in the world–is both a draw for tourists and a natural barrier that helps protect the coast’s resorts from flooding and damage in hurricanes. But like other reefs, it’s facing multiple threats, including warming water, pollution, and damage from storms that are becoming stronger because of climate change. This has convinced local businesses to pay for something that is the first of its kind: an insurance policy for nature.
- U.S. island coral reefs at risk for bleaching, death
By firstname.lastname@example.org - By email@example.com - Sunday Jun 25, 2017
Although a worldwide coral catastrophe is tapering off, Guam's reefs are still at risk, experts say.
- 3 Ways to Dive the Great Barrier Reef, from Affordable to Epic
Friday Aug 4, 2017
An eager diver sets out to experience this bucket-list trip three distinct ways, by basing himself at a camp site, at a luxury resort and aboard a scuba yacht.
- Chasing Coral on Google Earth
Friday Jul 14, 2017