Activity

Carcinogens find their way to us via the fish we eat, including Lobsters. Cape Breton cancer rates one of the highest in Canada. http://www.rcinet.ca/en/2016/05/25/the-silent-killers-on-the-ocean-floor/ A interview with Terrance P. Long on Underwater Munitions ...
Continue reading...
World Ocean Day, 5 June 2016, The Hague (in cooperation with the Sea First Foundation) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIVfTo8VmI4 The Sea First Foundation is deeply concerned about the poor state of our oceans, and the problems that this brings to humans, animals and the environment. The Sea First Foundation brings the beauty and ...
Continue reading...
Video Press Conference, 26 May 2016, The Hague (together with the Nieuwspoort) Nieuwspoort – is an international press centrum, and a foundation that caters to Dutch politicians, lobbyists, and journalists so they can informally meet. It is a place that holds all the important Dutch press conferences and, most importantly, ...
Continue reading...
CBC: Radio Canada International http://newscentral.exsees.com/item/ca3b9536acfe0a2b5c0a8bd46eeaf1a1-a58e1e1780eb7bb5f488bfca0178b9f1 Around the world thousands of tons of munitions lie rusting on the ocean floor. They consist of both explosives and chemical weapons. As the metal rusts away, the toxic chemicals are exposed causing an environmental wasteland around them. Terrence Long is chairman of the International ...
Continue reading...
Our project “Towards the Monitoring of Dumped Munitions Threat” (MODUM) was approved by the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS). This international project cooperates closely with CHEMSEA (Search and Assessment of Chemical Weapons), and other European agencies for the sharing and knowledge transfer on underwater chemical munitions. International Dialogue ...
Continue reading...