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China’s Maritime Armada: Primary cause for marine disaster

DNA India 05 Jul 2022
In the past decade, China has been the largest decimator of ocean resources, thanks to PLA (Navy) and its surrogated maritime militia as well as dark fishing fleet ... has only grown over the years and these along with Maritime militia are found disturbing the ecosystem in the region.
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Europe’s Ports and Terminals Call for Focused Shore Power Regulations

The Maritime Executive 05 Jul 2022
In a joint statement released by the two organizations representing European port authorities and private terminal operators, they are calling for changes to the proposals for an Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) and the FuelEU Maritime Regulation.
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Against Hezbollah, the Best Defense Is a Good Offense

The Algemeiner 05 Jul 2022
Opinion ... 0 ... After the economic water declaration and the discovery of gas fields, Israel decided to task the navy with protecting its maritime zone and resources, which is how the integrated defense system came to be. It includes Sa’ar 6-class corvettes, advanced radar systems, the Barak 8 system and Protective Dome—the maritime version of Iron Dome ... .
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PMSA, NIO sign framework of cooperation

Urdu Point 04 Jul 2022
The Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) and ... Speaking on the occasion, Rear Admiral Foad Amin Baig, director general of PMSA, said, "All stakeholders in maritime domain need to synergise their efforts for the common cause of sustainable use of the oceans and marine resources.
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Port Decarbonization: the First High-powered Hydrogen Barge for the Electrification of Ships at Berth

Enid News & Eagle 04 Jul 2022
Maritime transport accounted for 13.5% of European total greenhouse gas emissions in 2018 ... the maritime sector" ... ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES OTHER NATURAL RESOURCES MARITIME OTHER ENERGY TRANSPORT NATURAL RESOURCES GREEN TECHNOLOGY ALTERNATIVE ENERGY ENVIRONMENT ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY.
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Breakthrough as adrift cargo ship is finally towed to safety after a heart-stopping rescue attempt ...

The Daily Mail 04 Jul 2022
'My understanding is that the tugboat that is being sent has the capacity to tow it further to sea and the Australian Maritime Safety Authority will co-ordinate the resources needed to get it underway out of its own power,' deputy police commissioner Peter Thurtell said.
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Korean icebreaker begins 13th Arctic mission

Korea Times 04 Jul 2022
The Araon, Korea's ice breaking vessel / Yonhap ... It is the Araon's first Arctic mission in three years, which had been delayed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic ... A maritime survey will also be carried out to obtain information on marine living resources in the Arctic Sea with state-of-the-art observation equipment ... .
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'Bunker down': More wild weather on way for Sydney, NSW as flood crisis continues

RNZ 04 Jul 2022
Thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes across Greater Sydney, with 69 evacuation orders in place ... "My understanding is that the tugboat that is being sent has the capacity to tow it further to sea and the Australian Maritime Safety Authority will co-ordinate the resources needed to get it under way out of its own power," he said.
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Geopolitical uncertainties

Manila Standard 03 Jul 2022
Coercion and intimidation layered with China’s continuing militarization of occupied islets and to assert territorial possession has threatened the free flow of global maritime commerce and is causing wanton destruction of marine food resources critical to littoral states.
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FG Backs Global Efforts against Marine Plastic Pollution

This Day 03 Jul 2022
We are conscious of the fact that our maritime and aquatic resources are critical for the livelihoods of our people; hence, our commitment to the Africa Union 2063 Agenda and the attainment of United Nations SDG 14.” ... President Buhari recognised that the nation’s maritime ...
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Lapid Says Israel Will ‘Continue to Defend Itself’ After Intercepting Hezbollah Drones

The Algemeiner 03 Jul 2022
Hezbollah is continuing on the path of terrorism and is hurting Lebanon’s ability to reach an agreement on a maritime border.” ... The attempted Hezbollah attack comes amid a dispute between Lebanon and Israel over maritime gas resources.
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Buhari Lauds Successful Berthing of First Ship at Lekki Port

This Day 02 Jul 2022
... stakeholders in the maritime industry for the feat ... President Buhari recognised that the nation’s maritime and aquatic resources are critical to the livelihoods of Nigerians and Government will spare no effort in successfully harnessing the potential of the sector.
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Buhari Pledges Nigeria’s Support for Global Efforts to Tackle Marine Plastic Pollution

This Day 02 Jul 2022
We must therefore conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources ... We are conscious of the fact that our maritime and aquatic resources are critical for the livelihoods of our people ... We are conscious of the fact that our maritime and aquatic resources are critical for the livelihoods of our people.
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Nigerian president welcomes berthing of first ship at new deep seaport

Xinhua 02 Jul 2022
The Nigerian leader congratulated all stakeholders in the maritime ... The nation's maritime and aquatic resources are critical to the livelihoods of Nigerians and the government will spare no effort in successfully harnessing the potential of the sector, the Nigerian leader added.
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Arab foreign ministers pledge support for Lebanon’s IMF negotiations and reform process

Arab News 02 Jul 2022
BEIRUT ... There’s an American mediation to demarcate the southern maritime borders of Lebanon,” he said, adding that Lebanon retained its water, oil, and gas resources ... He told his guests that the indirect negotiations between Lebanon and Israel, with US mediation, to demarcate the maritime borders in preparation for gas extraction were advancing ... ....

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