The Baiji-Chinese River Dolphins Disappearance


Noise pollution caused the nearly blind river dolphin to collide with propellers. Ship traffic, in the Yangtze River in China multiplied, boats grew in size, and fishermen employed wider and more lethal nets. Stocks of the dolphin’s prey declined drastically in recent decades as well, with some fish populations declining to one thousandth of their […]

Volcom Fiji Pro – A Deep Blue Surfing Event

Volcom Fiji Pro – A Deep Blue Surfing Event

Volcom has made a commitment that their global surf events will be Deep Blue Surfing Events, meaning these events are being assessed by the non-profit in regards to a set of sustainability-focused criteria: Waste, Community Support, Climate Change and Energy & Transportation. image excerpt from : read more >>

Pollution News week ending June 23rd 2013

The Japanese Lucky Golden Poo

Environmental and pollution news and articles that caught our eye this last week and yes the pollution problem in Singapore have dominated!: From Scientific American Mon 17 Jun 2013: Rich Chinese Export Pollution to Poorer Regions Limiting pollution in China’s richer provinces has shifted polluting facilities to less prosperous areas with fewer rules. From Oregon […]