Sea, traffic and drugs
Saturday 13th April 2013, the tension is increasing. For several hours now, the group of French policemen aboard an unmarked vehicle have been discretely following a minivan on the freeway.
The many-sided Portuguese coastline
October is a transition month in the little coastal town of Peniche, north of Lisbon. Warm sunny days give way to autumn. The north Atlantic depressions start producing cloud cover, strong winds, temperature drop and, most importantly, large swells that surfers from all over the world come hunting for. But surprises await those who look a little further and ask questions.
The miracle of coral
A little known and unusual type of farm has popped up in the port of Camaret in Finstere, Brittany. Johan Kergoat and Remi Plouhinec are cultivating coral…
The new sea ways
The warming of the Earth’s average temperature is no longer a secret, and it is scientifically established that the poles are the globe’s regions that are the most affected. For the first time since satellite measurements exist, the northern hemisphere’s summer of 2007 saw the ice sheet melt so much that “regular” boats were able to navigate a route north of Russia that they aren’t supposed to: The Northern Sea Route.