When the sea level rises to its highest point, we call that high tide. When it falls to its lowest point, that’s called low tide.
The Moon has gravity of its own, which pulls the oceans (and us) towards it.
Australia has some of the world’s best ocean energy resources.
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Australia has the world's largest wave energy resource – so how do we unlock our ocean's potential?
A man carries marlins to the market in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia.
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The blue economy is unknown, overlooked and underdeveloped in Africa. It could represent a major growth driver for the continent.
South Africa’s oceans offer numerous economic opportunities, if ocean acidification is dealt with properly.
South Africa has the opportunity to benefit from its ocean economy. But to do that, the country needs to put better policies in place to counter ocean acidification.
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Research project combines digital technologies with farms of wave generators to bring plentiful and reliable ocean power closer to commercialization.
Wind farms: great, unless it’s not windy.
Australia has some fairly ambitious goals for green energy: a renewable energy target (currently under review) of 20% of electricity from renewables by 2020, and a forecast to get 51% of electricity from…