The Naw Magazine

By p1r8t3 | This is the official "Naw" magazine. The purpose of this magazine is to educate ourselves and the general public with up-to-date articles and news about the Environment, the Ocean, and Creatures that roam this earth. To know more about the team just visit us at www.naw.ae

Scientists warn that artificially cooling the Earth to counter global warming could have devastating environmental effects

Proposals to counter the effects of global warming by imitating volcanic eruptions could lead to natural disasters in different parts of the world, …

Climate Change

Dead whale surprises swimmers at iconic Rio beach

The decomposing body of a dead humpback whale surprised swimmers when it washed up on Rio de Janeiro's iconic Ipanema beach Wednesday.<p>Curious …

Rio De Janeiro

Plastics found in stomachs of deepest sea creatures

‘Very worrying finding’ from nearly 11km deep confirms fears that synthetic fibres have contaminated the most remote places on Earth<p>Animals from the deepest places on Earth have been found with plastic in their stomachs, confirming fears that manmade fibres have contaminated the most remote places …

Oceans

Explainer: mass coral spawning, a wonder of the natural world

During the late spring, corals on the Great Barrier Reef release little balls that float to the ocean surface in a slow motion upside-down …

Oceans

See A Rescue Effort To Save 10 Stranded Whales

Saving one 36,300-kilogram sperm whale is a huge feat—so when 10 live sperm whales washed ashore off the coast of Aceh in north-eastern Indonesia, it …

Oceans

Blue Planet II: can we really halt the coral reef catastrophe?

The third episode of the BBC’s Blue Planet II spectacularly described a series of fascinating interactions between species on some of the most …

Oceans

Trump slurps shark fin soup as U.S. works to remove itself from the shark fin trade

Donald Trump's eventful 12-day trip around Asia has come to an end, but not without sparking some controversy.<p>The <i>Associated Press</i> reported that while …

Donald Trump

Oceans Might Become More Seltzer-Like in the Future

Climate change’s spike up in carbon dioxide means that oceans—which cover 71 percent of Earth’s surface—are going to change.<p>“I have to admit, we’re …

Climate Change

Plastic pollution from the ocean is being used to make designer sunglasses

Off the coast of Catalonia, an intriguing experiment in the circular economy is taking place. Dozens of fishing vessels are heading out to sea and …

Recycling

16 pictures which show the devastating impact of plastic on animals and the oceans

Last month, shocking images emerged of 'sea' of rubbish stretching for miles in all directions off the coast of Roatan, an idyllic Honduran island in …

Oceans

Scientists catch prehistoric shark while researching ways to 'minimise unwanted catches'

The frilled shark - Chlamydoselachus anguineus - is one of the oldest animals on earth.<p>It has been roaming the bottom of the sea for 80 million …

Oceans

Exposure to 'blue space' will boost your mental health

Research in New Zealand proves blue space is good for mental health, but the importance of green space is less clear.<p>The beach has always been …

New Zealand News

How a NASA Astronaut’s Treasure Map Could Make History

Stay with us here: the Discovery Channel’s new docu-series follows a treasure hunter bent on finding a series of shipwrecks that NASA astronaut Gordon Cooper spotted from space.<p>From <i>Indiana Jones</i> to <i>National Treasure,</i> Hollywood has always loved its treasure hunts. Who wouldn’t be captivated by the …

Archaeology

Mystery Surrounding Ancient City Build Atop Coral Reefs Leaves Scientists Baffled

In a remote region of the western Pacific, just north of the equator, lies the ruins of the ancient and enigmatic city of Nan Madol. The magnificent …

Archaeology

99% plastics caught in purification? 100m microbeads still pass to the Ocean

The cosmetics industry fears a worldwide ban on plastic microbeads in scrubs and on all other microplastics. The sector has rallied its defences and …

Oceans

Giant sharks attack film crew’s sub during eerie deep-water encounter; video

A film crew exploring the lightless depths of the Atlantic has endured a frightening and surreal encounter with enormous sixgill sharks that rammed …

Oceans

Why Glitter Must Be Banned

By Daniel Ross<p>All that glitters ain't gold, or so the old adage goes. And when it comes to the glitter used in everyday cosmetics, specialty make-up, …

Oceans

Mysterious hole found in Great Barrier Reef leads to incredible discovery

<b>Scientists exploring a giant blue hole in the Great Barrier Reef just made a shocking discovery.</b><p>The hole – around 125 miles (200km) from Daydream …

Oceans

Media Center | UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment

Saturday November 04, 2017<p>The Emirates Diving Association (EDA) has launched the ‘Clean Up Arabia 2017’ campaign on Saturday, November 4, for the …

Climate

Hundreds of endangered sea turtles found dead floating off coast under mysterious circumstances - Mirror Online

Hundreds of endangered dead sea turtles have been found floating off El Salvador's Pacific coast under mysterious circumstances.<p>Authorities are …

Oceans

Seven Things You Need to Know about the Ocean

It's a fact that you may have heard before, but it bears repeating: scientists have mapped more terrain on the surface of the Moon, Mars and Venus …

Oceans

Watch intense footage as sharks attack 'enemy' submarine

Commentary: The BBC's Blue Planet II team dives down to see what happens when whale carcasses fall to the ocean bed. Things get a little frightening.<p><i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>I wouldn't do this. Not even if I was offered several …

Oceans

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Environment

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South Africa

Corals eat plastic because they like the taste

Plastic is almost completely indigestible, so it causes blockages and create a false sense of being full<p>For years, scientists thought corals …

Oceans

Astrolabe: Shipwreck find 'earliest navigation tool'

Science Correspondent, BBC News<p><b>An artefact excavated from a shipwreck off the coast of Oman has been found to be the oldest known example of a type of navigational tool.</b><p>Marine archaeologists say the object is an astrolabe, an instrument once used by mariners to measure the altitude of the Sun …

Archaeology

Keeping whales and dolphins in captivity becoming obsolete

Keeping whales and dolphins in captivity is rapidly becoming obsolete around the world, and Canada is no exception. The Senate Fisheries Committee is …

Oceans

Ocean acidification is on the rise, putting marine species at risk around the world

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Oceans