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Satellite altimeter data study finds global ship traffic up 4x over past 20 years

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Maritime traffic on the world’s oceans has increased four-fold over the past 20 years, likely causing more water, air and noise pollution on the open seas, according to a new study quantifying global ship traffic. Ships powered by fossil fuels dump oil, fuel and waste into the water and pump exhaust into the air.

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Ford 2017 trends report: disruption the status quo, “never more difficult” to find objective information

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In an on-demand world, patience has become less of a virtue; there now are more ways to rationalize how we spend our time—rather than declaring it “wasted”. Sustainability Blues (2014): The 2014 trend book addressed the world’s increasing concerns about water. In 2015, the World Economic Forum declared the water crisis to be the most devastating risk to society and now, it looms even larger. Sri Lanka, São Paulo and the US were devastated by floods this year.

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