Dominos. It’s like 150 years of stacked dominoes collapsing in four directions from Rugby, North Dakota, North America’s geographical center and from every geographical center of every continent on Planet Earth—with the final dominos landing in every sea that touches every continent. Collapsing dominos. That’s how I envision the condition of our seas today.
Month: July 2010
Tuna U (Or How to Make Tuna Salad From the Best Label)
From Monterey Bay Aquarium July 15, 2010 Tuna: What’s in the Can? Our Seafood Watch pocket guides (and iPhone app) are designed to help you have a conversation at the fresh fish counter, or the restaurant. But how do you converse… Read More ›
Gulf of Mexico-A Sea Under a Toxic Seige
Editor’s Note: As newsfeeds land in our inbox, the outlook for the Gulf Of Mexico environment seems bleak. Neptune 911 will reproduce on this page the latest reports September 10, 2010 From NPR: Scientists Find Thick Layer of Oil on… Read More ›