In 2024, the Government of South Georgia & the South Sandwich Islands (GSGSSI) will be undertaking a census of wandering albatross on South Georgia alongside various complementary terrestrial monitoring activities. To support this, GSGSSI requires to charter a yacht. We invite operators to tender for the provision of this service.Add your comment!
With climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution exacting a devastating toll on the world’s ocean — critical to food security, economic growth, and the environment — the 2022 UN Ocean Conference opened in Lisbon, Portugal with a call for a new chapter of ocean action driven by science, technology and innovation.Add your comment!
British reporter Dom Phillips, who was murdered earlier this month while venturing into Amazonia to gather material for a book, has been laid to rest in Niterói, in the metropolitan region of Rio de Janeiro.Add your comment!
British Antarctic Survey (BAS) staff in the UK and across three Antarctic wintering stations observed the shortest, darkest day of the year on the frozen continent with a host of unique celebrations.Add your comment!
Small bodies of hundreds of penguins have washed ashore on the northernmost coasts of New Zealand, and although their deaths were at first a mystery, researchers now think they understand why the kororā, or little blue penguins are dying.Add your comment!
At a total cost of around US$ 210 million, Chile's first home-built icebreaker is already 60% complete and plans to be seaworthy by the time of the XII International Naval Exhibition and Congress in Valparaíso in December, it was reported.Add your comment!
The boat British reporter Dom Phillips and local indigenist Bruno Araújo Pereira were riding when they were ambushed and killed on June 5 has been retrieved from the bottom of a river, Amazonas Civil Police announced Monday.
Germany will have to increase the burning of coal for electricity production, because of the cut in gas supplies from Russia, economy minister Robert Habeck announced, despite his Greem party's policy favoring green energy and eliminating fossil fuel.
Brazilian authorities have confirmed that following scientific assessments, British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenist expert Bruno Araújo Pereira were killed in Amazonia with typical hunting ammunition. Forensic experts also completed the identification of Pereira's body.
The bodies of British reporter Dom Phillips and Brazilian indigenous affairs expert Bruno Araújo Pereira were found lifeless in Amazonia Wednesday while the two suspects arrested in connection with the case have reportedly confessed to committing the murders.