Many people know that oceans cover more than 70% of the world’s surface, and that marine fisheries provide food for billions of people. What is less known is that the high seas – the areas of the world’s oceans that lie beyond the limits of national jurisdiction, which extend 200 miles from shore
Boom in unusual jellyfish spotted in UK waters
The number of jellyfish spotted in UK waters and on beaches increased by 32% in the past year, according to a survey by...
Uniting the World to save our Planet
I am the founder and Director of Earthdive. 37 years ago I founded and organised a charity event called Sport Aid. 19...
Surprising discovery could help reefs survive climate change
The factors affecting coral’s resilience—its ability to adapt to and survive environmental changes—seem to be more nuan...
Dolphins, seals and whales managed by the US are highly vulnerable to climate change,
According to a study published in PLOS ONE, 72% of cetacean and pinniped stocks managed under U.S...
Robots are trained to help revive coral reefs
“It’s a really special part of the world,” says marine biologist Taryn Foster from the Abrolhos Islands, 40 miles from ...
It’s time to put oceans to the test in the climate fight, scientists say
More than 200 scientists have signed a letter pushing for “responsible” research into ways to trap planet-heating
The complexities of mapping Pacific and Asian reefs
Des and Kelvin of Gladstone, Katy and Filimone of Fiji and Victor and Christina of Palau all have the same issue – reef...
Concern for Coral Reefs after Maui Fires
In addition to the tragic loss of life and property on fire-ravaged Maui, scientists are also concerned about the envir...