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Seaweed choking shores in Caribbean

Atlantic City 08 Aug 2022
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Near-record amounts of seaweed are smothering Caribbean coasts from Puerto Rico to Barbados, killing fish and other wildlife, choking tourism and releasing stinky, noxious gases ... He estimated he has lost at least $10,000 ... But it is bad for tourism and the environment when too much accumulates just offshore or on beaches ... .
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Record amount of seaweed still choking shores in the Caribbean

The Gleaner 07 Aug 2022
... tourism and releasing stinky, noxious gases.
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Seaweed a Caribbean scourge

NWA Online 07 Aug 2022
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Near-record ...
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LA man among 3 killed in lightning strike near White House

Caledonian Record 07 Aug 2022
He lived in downtown LA ... He graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, where he majored in recreation, parks and tourism administration, with a concentration in sports management, the bank said. More from this section. Wildlife Park's 'Splash Pad' Source of Severe Gastro Infections in Kids. Robbers ambush armored vehicle in California, shoot guard. +6.
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In 10-year roadmap, Vishwajit Rane plans safaris, wildlife camping in Goa

The Times of India 06 Aug 2022
From luxury tents and wildlife trips to deep sea expeditions and turtle nesting tours, the forest department has come up with several strategies to unlock the state’s rich wildlife sanctuaries and biodiversity for locals and tourists ... These plans coincide with the state government’s push towards hinterland tourism.
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GJA engages stakeholders to deepen ties

Business Ghana 06 Aug 2022
At the Forestry Commission, the Chief Executive Officer, John Allotey, called on the GJA to help promote eco-tourism to generate enough revenue for the country. He also urged the association to support in pushing for the passage of the Wildlife Bill which was before Parliament.
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Jumbo task as Malawi moves 263 elephants to restock a degraded national park

Mongabay 05 Aug 2022
The translocation, estimated to cost more than $1 million, is aimed at building viable populations of the key species and promoting tourism in the park, Brighton Kumchedwa, director of Malawi’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife,…This article was originally published on Mongabay .
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Yuck! Record amount of seaweed choking shores in the Caribbean

Fox31 Denver 04 Aug 2022
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Near-record amounts of seaweed are smothering Caribbean coasts from Puerto Rico to Barbados, killing fish and other wildlife, choking tourism and releasing stinky, noxious gases ... algae kill wildlife, choke the tourism industry and release toxic gases.
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Kenya: Mt. Kenya National Park Showcased Through Exhibition

All Africa 04 Aug 2022
Nairobi -- The Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife has opened a one-month photo exhibition at the National Museum of Kenya aimed at raising awareness of Mt Kenya as a prime adventure tourism destination ....
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Record amount of seaweed is choking shores in the Caribbean

Federal News Radio 04 Aug 2022
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Near-record amounts of seaweed are smothering Caribbean coasts from Puerto Rico to Barbados, killing fish and other wildlife, choking tourism and releasing stinky, noxious gases ... and other wildlife, choking tourism and releasing stinky, noxious gases.
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APTOPIX Caribbean Seaweed Struggles

Dispatch Argus 04 Aug 2022
... brown algae kill wildlife, choke the tourism .
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Idaho Press-Tribune 04 Aug 2022
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Near-record amounts of seaweed are smothering Caribbean coasts from Puerto Rico to Barbados, killing fish and other wildlife, choking tourism and releasing stinky, noxious gases ... .
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Record Amount of Seaweed Chokes Caribbean Beaches and Shoreline

Slashdot 04 Aug 2022
Bruce66423 writes. A record amount of seaweed is smothering Caribbean coasts from Puerto Rico to Barbados as tons of brown algae kill wildlife, choke the tourism industry and release toxic gases ... Read more of this story at Slashdot. .
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Cannon Beach distributes grants to organizations

The Daily Astorian 04 Aug 2022
... to The Cannon Beach Academy; $7,750 to The Harbor; $1,369 to The Seaside Hall; $12,376 to Tolovana Arts Colony and $8,250 to Wildlife Center of the North Coast. The council also distributed $313,318 in tourism and arts fund grants, which come from lodging taxes.
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Seaweed chokes shores in the Caribbean at a record rate as scientists examine the cause

WPTV 04 Aug 2022
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Near-record amounts of seaweed are smothering Caribbean coasts from Puerto Rico to Barbados, killing fish and other wildlife, choking tourism and releasing stinky, noxious gases ... He estimated he has lost at least $10,000 ... But it is bad for tourism and the environment when too much accumulates just offshore or on beaches ... .

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