Celebrate World Ocean’s Day 2017:
Changing habits is hard, but the more we discuss how our oceans can no longer be our convenient waste basket, the sooner we will respect them to secure their future. We play in them and we rely on them for food… our waters deserve better than history has treated them.
The oceans have many threats, but the easiest to address is our reliance on plastics. Over the last ten years we have produced more plastic than during the whole of the last century. Our quest for convenience have driven this increase, as 50 percent of the plastic we use, we use just once and throw away.
As we celebrate World Ocean’s Day on June 8, we need recognize our consumption of plastic and how we can c…
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VIDEO: Jaw-Dropping, Boat-Breaking:
Every sport has that moment which gets people on their feet. Baseball has the crushing home run. Basketball has the posterizing slam dunk. For Football, crossing the end zone does it every time.
What is it for the modern America’s Cup? In conditions that pushed up against the 24 knot wind limit, Emirates Team New Zealand got us on our feet when they pitchpoled on June 6 in Bermuda.
This video highlights this extreme day during the America’s Cup Challenger Playoffs which extend from June 4 to 12 (may end earlier). In this series, the top four Challengers are split into two Semi-Finals (best of 9) with the winner of each match to meet in the Final (best of 9) to determine who …
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