Microsoft’s Data Centers Aim to Dive Deeper

Microsoft Corporation, the technology giant based in Washington, is a multinational company responsible for everything from personal laptops and phones to software and licenses. Oh – and did I mention underwater datacenters? Those too.  In 2013, a team of five embarked on a project known as...

Good News for Green Sea Turtles

Green sea turtles could possibly have their extinction risk level officially changed from “endangered” to “threatened” after two extensive surveys have shown that the gentle marine creatures are beginning to bounce back from near extinction. The photogenic green sea turtles were designated as “endangered” in...

2018: The Year of Going Straw-Less

Over the past month American Airlines, Starbucks and the state of Seattle have announced they’re going straw-free for very important reasons. On a daily basis, over 500 million straws are used. Straws are the main single-use plastic item that ends up harming our planet, by...

Shark Week: Protecting our sharks

In 2015, 98 shark "attacks" took place world wide. Out of those 98 incidents, 6 of those bitten by sharks died. Also in 2015, 100 million human "attacks" on sharks took place world wide. Out of those 100 million incidents, 100 million of those sharks, attacked by...

World Oceans Day

Today is World Oceans Day! Whether you live by the ocean or not, each and every one of you are an important part of keeping our oceans safe and clean. What is World Oceans Day? World Oceans Day is a day to raise awareness about our oceans and...

America’s Cup Returns To New York

File Credit: Dennis Machicao   Since 1920, America’s Cup racing has returned to New York City sponsored by Louis Vuitton. On May 7 & 8 of 2016, 6 sleek high speed boats manned by the top sailing crews in the world compete to gain points in the...