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WhatsApp head blasts Apple over its tools to curb child abuse

According to 9to5 Mac, an internal memo by Sebastian Marineau-Mes, a software vice president at Apple, acknowledged that the new child protections have some people "worried about the implications"

Published on 7th August 2021
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Researchers find significant presence of micro-plastics in Ganga

Micro-plastics are defined as plastics less than 5 mm in length and recognised as a major source of marine pollution due to their persistence, ubiquity and toxic potential

Published on 23rd July 2021
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Why this game can help you appreciate the beaches of Chennai a little more

Beach Bingo is a game for children to help them become more aware of the marine ecosystem. We speak to the team behind it

Published on 30th June 2021
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Study reveals that global warming may reduce biodiversity in tropical areas

The study estimates that marine biodiversity tends to increase until the average surface temperature of the ocean reaches about 65 degrees Fahrenheit, beyond which that diversity slowly declines

Published on 7th May 2021
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Women's Day: Ever heard of submarine groundwater discharge? Mintu Elizabeth's research will ensure that everyone knows about it soon 

Mintu Elizabeth has been researching submarine groundwater discharge for the past five years. We speak to her about what she has discovered about the lesser-known geological phenomenon

Published on 6th March 2021
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Aakash Ranison has set up three deathbeds using plastic waste drawn from the Ganga to remind us of our plastic woes

Climate change activist Aakash Ranison has set up deathbeds out of plastic obtained from River Ganga to create awareness among people. He had also created a marine cemetery on Kerala's Beypore beach

Published on 1st February 2021
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Statue, statue? Why the demolishing of the Vidyasagar statue should worry India today

The frenzy of vandalising statues had gone viral after a BJP mob uprooted Lenin's statue in Tripura quite the same way as US Marines uprooted Saddam's statue in Baghdad

Published on 15th May 2019
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Cigarettes, food wrappers among most common ocean pollutants: Study

The analysis revealed that most common items on the ocean are fishing line, plastic, metal cans, plastic beverage bottles, glass bottles, food wrappers, rope, plastic bags and construction waste 

Published on 6th May 2020
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CAA will isolate disabled more: Why Kerala's diffabled folk came out to protest

Around 100 differently-abled people gathered at Kochi's Marine Drive on Tuesday to protest against the CAA and NRC

 

Published on 25th December 2019
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This Kozhikode beach cemetry has tombstones made of plastic dedicated to endangered marine species

The installations in this marine cemetery are made out of single-use plastic bottles picked up from water bodies 

Published on 4th December 2019
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This ship is voyaging across the country spreading awreness on marine plastics and pollution

FORV Sagar Sampada travelled from Porbander to Puthuvype, spreading awareness on marine plastic pollution

Published on 9th October 2019
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Meet the fisherman who's saving our turtles from being injured by trawlers

Pugalarasan talks to Prajanma Das about his journey from being a fisherman to a marine conservationist who has taken a pledge to save and tend to turtles

Published on 17th June 2019
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What the fish: Meet Divya Karnad, whose fishploration visits will redefine the way you eat fish

Dr Divya Karnad, a Future of Nature winner and co-founder of InSeason Fish is going all out to teach people about sustainable fishing and consumption — so that nature will continue to support us

Published on 29th March 2019

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