Ocean Conservancy: "Start a sea change"
Massive Ocean Conservation Portal and Search Engine. Ocean Conservancy is an Ocean Conservation Portal and Internet Search Tool that provides access to reviewed ocean conservation news and information. http://www.oceanconservancy.org/
THE GUARDIAN -Environmentguardian.co.uk
The Guardian is a massive online newspaper providing a wide range of publications surrounding global issues. From business to the environment, this website has a wealth of information and is very useful to search for specific topics of interest.
Change.org: Start, join, and win campaigns for social change
This website provides useful and informative news articles, with a wide range of topics relating to ocean conservation. "Change" encourages people to sign active petitions and create their own to join forces and give movements greater power. To visit this site click here: http://news.change.org/
The story below exposes a Singaporean resort that has imported over 25 wild Bottlenose Dolphins from the Solomon islands. A petition to stop this traumatic and deadly practice is being signed. If you wish to read more link here: http://news.change.org/stories/dolphin-lovers-put-pressure-on-singapore-resort-to-release-captive-dolphins
Commonly known as the "Unicorn of the Sea", the Narwhal is a fascinating and unique resident of the Arctic waters around Canada and Greenland.
The Narwhal's unique appearance is due to a huge tusk, a second tooth, that grows out of the animal's top jaw. Reaching lengths of 2.5 meters and weighing up to 10 Kilograms, this 'unicorn' has no formal use and has never been seen as a fighting tools in males.
Perfectly adapted for life in the Arctic, Narwhals use echolocation to map our holes in the ice so they can reach the surface for a breath. Staying close to loose pack ice, Narwhals must be very precise in order to find enough breathing holes to survive.
Narwhals are still hunted by the Inuit people of Canada for their tusks and meat, and are especially vulnerable to the impacts of Climate Change on the Arctic environment.