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Deep Sea Mining: The Next Destructive Frontier of Capitalism

Transnational corporations seek to extract precious metals used in electronics and batteries from the sea floor. Large-scale deep-sea mining involving the extraction of polymetallic nodules — small rocks formed over millions of years that contain cobalt, nickel, copper and manganese — could be allowed by July next year. Mining companies argue – through greenwashing campaigns …

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The Captain’s Log: Delicious Sea Turkey | in the fresh air

Turkey as the main entrée for Thanksgiving dinner or during the Christmas holidays is not our only option. For a coastal community like ours, adjacent to some of the most productive and productive fishing grounds along the entire West Coast, it pays to think about what ocean species could earn the nickname “turkey of the …

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Nicola Sturgeon sparks outrage over plan to spend millions of public money on IndyRef2 | Politics | News

Nicola Sturgeon has been attacked angrily over the confusion surrounding whether the SNP still intends to spend millions of pounds to plan a second referendum on Scottish independence. The Scottish Conservatives have written to the Scottish government’s chief civil servant to ask if the £20m initially earmarked for IndyRef2 planning should be spent on it. …

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US Coast Guard conducts a medical evacuation of a fisherman in the Federated States of Micronesia> US Indo-Pacific Command> 2015

Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) – The crew of the USCGC Frederick Hatch (WPC 1143) evacuated a 31-year-old Vietnamese fisherman to a higher level of medical care in Pohnpei on November 20. The Frederick Hatch boarding team learned of the fisherman’s injuries while he was doing a bilateral boarding fishery with a …

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Renard’s Cheese closes the Algoma store and the workers move to the Sturgeon Bay location

ALGOMA – Kewaunee County’s Cornerstone Cheese Retail Market has closed its doors, but is trying to make the most of a difficult situation by creating better conditions for its employees at its Door County location. Renard’s Cheese, a local family-owned cheese maker with retail stores in Sturgeon Bay and Algoma, has made the decision to …

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Aquarium Holidays puts Santa Claus in deep water – tap on Telegram

A scuba-diving Santa greets visitors in the Honda Blue Cavern at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, Calif., on Tuesday, November 29, 2022. (Photo by Jeff Gretchen, Orange County Regine/SCNG) Perla Aguilar holds her son, Jove Aguilar, 10 months, as she takes a selfie with a sea lion at the Pacific Ocean Aquarium …

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Nicola Sturgeon Resists ‘Shame On You’ During Male Violence Speech

Lady Sturgeon apologized to the audience if her presence had caused the disturbance and insisted she did not want to silence criticism of her plans. She added, “I am not seeking to shut down anyone’s freedom of expression. It is important that voices be heard.” But a message posted on the charity’s website ahead of …

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Chop Steakhouse & Bar: Inside Vancouver’s new waterfront restaurant

Earlier this year, we shared that Canadian steakhouse concept, Chop, was set to open its new Vancouver location. Now, with the opening date of Fresh Waterfront getting closer and closer, Dished popped into space prior to launch to check it out. The Edmonton-based company, which bills itself as offering “the ultimate Canadian steak experience,” has …

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