Overfishing, plastic pollution, falling oxygen levels and rising temperatures are deteriorating ocean health. We must change our ways if we are to save them, writes Peter Thomson, the U.N...
Five changes you can make to help reduce ocean pollution.
Famed Australian photographer Frank Hurley started planning a trip to the Great Barrier Reef in 1920. Little did he know that the challenges he would face would be indicative of the state...
In Oslob fisherman have turned to tourism, as they sell tickets to swim with whale sharks they've encouraged closer to shore with food. The change of career has provided funding and incen...
The oceans are increasingly threatened by global warming, acidification and pollution, and the impacts will affect everyone.
Climate change, overfishing and a growing population are putting incredible strain on global fishing stocks and the communites that depend on them. But there is a sustainable solution wit...
Global negotiations crucial to stopping over-fishing and guaranteeing the future of the ocean are coming to a head. Here's what needs to happen.
Ships' logs from more than 100 years ago offer a historical perspective on Arctic sea volume, helping us understand the rapid changes that are occuring today.
5 reasons why the ocean is so important. The ocean produces half the air we breathe.
A 13-year study covering 2,500 reefs reveals effects of climate change and other human-produced factors on coral.
A start-up called Entocycle feeds food waste to flies, creating an alternative protein source for fish, livestock - and even humans.
Coral reefs are among the most biodiversity-rich places on earth - and they are dying off faster than we thought. We must act now to save them.
A cargo ship with no crew aboard has sailed from England to Belgium in what is claimed to be a world first for autonomous vessels.
In 83% of the ocean, at least a quarter of the species are threatened and regions like the Mediterranean and Black seas are the most vulnerable, according to a new study.
Tuna fish are being increasingly found in marine sanctuaries, away from commercial fishing and mining.