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Eat Blue is an educational platform which aims to celebrate life below water and the people who make a difference. Our multimedia approach/campaign explores the depths of ocean optimism and seafood sustainability that connects consumers to the stories that matter.
    Yesterday, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released its latest report on the state of global climate crisis. Bloomberg Green has compiled “Five Key Takeaways From the Latest IPCC Report on Climate
    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration partnered with the Marine Institute and NUI Galway in an international effort to determine the effectiveness of satellite technology for tracking algal blooms. The technology has been used
    A team of scientists out of Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences examined phytoplankton to understand how nutrient levels in the ocean shape marine processes and the carbon cycle. The researchers used “flow cytometry,” a
    Several groups of marine scientists out of Australian institutions have developed a coral that can tolerate extreme temperatures and withstand bleaching. These corals are critical for mass bleaching prone areas like the Great Barrier
    Sustainability and safety concerns have driven consumer demand for seafood companies to consider the traceability of their products. Traceability in seafood includes fraudulent substitutions, sourcing, overfishing, and recall. Recalling seafood and creating systems where

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