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Shell seismic blasting exploration of S.African coast will kill wildlife, destroy ecosystems 

Hong Kong Standard 27 Nov 2021
A planned seismic oil and gas exploration project by energy giant Shell off South Africa's Wild Coast region, poses a danger to marine wildlife, environmentalists say. . The Anglo-Dutch firm recently announced plans to start exploration over an area spanning more than 6,000 square kilometers in the Indian ocean. .
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Super Crooks: Season 1 Review

IGN Insider 27 Nov 2021
Set within the world of Jupiter's Legacy, which explores an uncharted island in the Atlantic Ocean where a group of people received superpowers, Super Crooks is actually a spinoff involving the "first" people who received their special abilities.
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Calls grow to boycott Shell ahead of seismic survey off Wild Coast

Business Day 26 Nov 2021
Protests against Shell’s exploration plan along  the Wild Coast are gaining momentum, with growing calls to boycott the multinational at the pumps.  ... Oceans Not Oil says the government’s Operation Phakisa, which focuses on unlocking the economic potential of SA’s oceans, is driving Shell’s exploration.
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Dalmeida advises brokers on growth strategy as SBG clocks 20

Business Day Online 26 Nov 2021
The Managing Director, SBG Insurance Brokers Limited, Lagos, Sammy Dalmeida, has urged insurance brokers to explore “blue-ocean strategies” and digital technology to enhance their continued relevance and strategic positioning in the nation’s insurance market.
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Go Green With Final Hours Black Friday Savings On These Climate-Friendly Rides

IFL Science 26 Nov 2021
If you've been looking to reduce your carbon footprint, we've got 20 great products that will see you living your life to the fullest through adventurous ways to get around and explore Mother Earth ... Snorkeling or diving, this scooter lets you explore the depths of the ocean in an entirely new and exciting way.
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A 3-foot-long mammoth tusk hidden on the ocean floor could offer clues about the ancient creatures

Business Insider 25 Nov 2021
Darrin Schultz © 2021 MBARI Scientists discovered a 3-foot-long mammoth tusk roughly 10,000 feet below the ocean's surface ... A research team at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute discovered the tusk in 2019 while exploring an underwater mountain roughly 10,000 feet below the ocean's surface.
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Today's Word Search: Your next travel destination... under the ocean?

Gulf News 25 Nov 2021
Water covers 70 per cent of our planet, and according to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, more than 80 per cent of our ocean is unmapped, unobserved, and unexplored. It makes sense then that travelling its depths and exploring its otherworldly beauty could satisfy our wanderlust just as well as a trip to Florence or Paris.
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Today's Crossword: Enter the ocean's dead zone, where nothing can survive

Gulf News 25 Nov 2021
The vast, seemingly endless oceans are teeming with life ... Click start to play today’s Crossword, which explores your knowledge of troubled waters around the world. Dead zones are exactly as they sound – oceanic deserts completely devoid of aquatic biodiversity ... That’s what happens to marine life in the oceans, when a dead zone begins to form.
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What’s Worth Watching: ‘Hogwarts Tournament of Houses,’ ‘Becoming Cousteau,’ ‘Encanto,’ ‘House of Gucci’ and ‘Hawkeye’

The Spokesman-Review 25 Nov 2021
Becoming Cousteau’ (2021). Directed by Liz Garbus, the documentary follows the life of environmentalist explorer Jacques Cousteau from his childhood passion for diving and the oceans through a decorated career with the French navy and on through his work in underwater cinematography and contributions to conservation efforts ...Encanto’ (2021) ... .
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ROSEN, SKILLED INVESTOR COUNSEL, Encourages TMC the metals company Inc. Investors with Losses to Secure ...

Eagle-Tribune 25 Nov 2021
(1) the Company had significantly overpaid to acquire Tonga Offshore Mining Limited (“TOML”) to undisclosed insiders; (2) the Company had artificially inflated its Nauru Ocean Resources Inc. (“NORI”) exploration expenditures to give investors a false scale of its operations; (3) ...
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Arctic Ocean started getting warmer decades earlier than we thought, study finds

Phys Dot Org 24 Nov 2021
The Arctic Ocean has been getting warmer since the beginning of the 20th century—decades earlier than records suggest—due to warmer water flowing into the delicate polar ecosystem from the Atlantic Ocean ... Since 1900, the ocean temperature has risen by approximately 2 degrees Celsius, while sea ice has retreated and salinity has increased.
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Calendar of Events | Explore the holiday atmosphere

Santa Cruz Sentinel 24 Nov 2021
FELTON. Roaring Camp Railroads. Drive in movies ‘Elf’. Nov. 26 at 6.30 p.m. and Nov. 28 at 8.30 p.m. Roaring Camp Railroads presents Drive-In Movie Nights in the Redwoods ... This week “Elf” is featured. Be sure to dress warmly ... SANTA CRUZ ... Chanukah Train ... Explore all three floors of exhibitions and see the new exhibition, Ocean of Lights.
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Is it ‘location, location, location,’ or the food and people that make Old Town’s Sushi ...

The Tribune Greeley 24 Nov 2021
As a tourist destination and natural heritage center, Jeju has been called South Korea’s Hawaii ... But JeJu’s menu allows you to go further, exploring the nuances of the ocean’s bounty ... Going with what’s familiar? You’ll be impressed with JeJu’s fish quality and clean taste— that’s what happens when skilled hands touch these ocean gems ... Where ... Lunch.
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Levi & Korsinsky, LLP, Researching Possible Securities Law Violations - TMC the metals company Inc. ...

The Salamanca Press 24 Nov 2021
(1) the Company had significantly overpaid for the Tongo Offshore Mining Limited acquisition to undisclosed insiders; (2) the Company had artificially inflated its Nauru Ocean Resources Inc. ("NORI") exploration expenditures to give investors a false scale of its operations; (3) ...
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Why Is This Mammoth Tusk In Deep Water Off the Californian Coast?

Ancient Origins 24 Nov 2021
But rather than in Arctic wastes, where they’re usually found, this one was uncovered in the Pacific Ocean off the California coast ... When the creature died, its gargantuan body somehow ended up in the Pacific Ocean and eventually came to rest on a seamount, 10,000 feet (3,048 m) under sea level and 150 miles (241 km) from shore.
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