• December 13, 2016

Top 5 Disputed Facts About International Waters

Top 5 Disputed Facts About International Waters

Pirates, garbage, and all the unsanctioned gambling you can handle! That’s International Waters in a nutsheel. Not to mention pirate radio, geopolitics, war posturing, and… dolphins! From the pacific garbage patch to the straight of Gibraltar, on this episode of Top 5 Facts, we reveal the most interesting facts about International Waters!

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11 thoughts on “Top 5 Disputed Facts About International Waters

  1. This arctic debacle is why I’m scared not necessarily of Trump but of his
    new Secretary of State. Y’know, the freakin leader of Exxon? I’m sure that
    preventing the rapid decline of an entire ecosystem (that just so happens
    to be a great means of mining more oil) will be at the top of his list

  2. Okay, I want to add in for this garbage-thingy they said. I study at a
    Maritime Academy in Sweden and right now I’m am to take my exams in
    maritime environment. UN has an organisation called IMO which is the
    government of the seas one could argue. IMO has an convention called MARPOL
    which stands for Maritime Pollution and they regulate the waste disposal at
    sea from ships. Since it went to power the waste disposal at sea has
    dropped quite a bit but maybe what many don’t realize is that a lot of the
    garbage you see in the ocean is actually comming from the main land. Not
    only the coast but also from middle of the country. The garbage finds its
    way down rivers and into the oceans.

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