Some positive ocean news as governments pledge to end overfishing and more

Governments responsible for 40% of the world’s coastlines have pledged to end overfishing, restore dwindling fish populations and stop the flow of plastic pollution into the seas in the next 10 years.

Via The Guardian (link below)

This is really positive and good news. But more needs to be done and quicker. The facts are that managing the oceans sustainably and respecting the amazing ecosystem that is trying to survive our onslaught, is not only good for humans, it’s good business too. So politicians (around the world), stop pandering to your corporate sponsors who care only about profit today and not food and thriving, beautiful oceans for your people tomorrow.

If you using Zoom – rather don’t

Update 03/12: The security issues mentioned below are resolved. “But what else is not?”, is the question you should ask. Also added link to free, no application, no account needed Skype service that runs in your browser. Now you have no excuse.

Public service announcement…

“Why should I not use Zoom? It’s so cool and everyone is using it……”

OK what should I do?

Stick with tried and tested companies, we know where stand with them. They not perfect but at least you know what is going on.

Skype (Microsoft) –
No application needed link:

Google Meet/Hangouts –

Microsoft Teams –

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