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29 June 2006

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Cruisin for a Bruisin: Cruiseships kill the oceans

Never found the thought of a "cruise to nowhere" appealing, but to each his own, yeah? It's just that I think I understand how the Norse would feel in their rimmed by endless sea world - so what if you sailed to the edge of the world? You'd have to sail back to port anyway, and where's the point in that? Anyway, if that's not quesy to you, here's something people concerned with eco-tourism need to start fretting about: bigger cruiseships causing some trouble And, here's a separate, sit-up-and-take-notice quote: Cruise Lines Cruise ships can produce 30,000 gallons of sewage and 19 tons of garbage a day, most of which is dumped into the ocean, often in brazen defiance of federal laws. Add to that diesel exhaust equal to 12,240 cars, and you’ve got what the Bluewater Network calls “an emerging crisis.” ..

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