In Colombia's archipelago of San Andres and Providencia, in the western Caribbean, fishermen are being paid $125 a month by the government to farm coral in an undersea gardening project.
Food production is destroying ecosystems across the globe – all the more galling considering one-third of food never gets eaten. From changing our diets to upgrading farming techniques, w...
Fishermen, NGOs and governments have made great progress in the global North. Now it's time to cooperate and implement sustainability in the South, too.
Inspired by glowing jellyfish, young Spanish scientist Rubén Costa has developed BioLEDs that could help save the planet – as well as sufferers of Seasonal Affective Disorder.
High levels of human-made CO2 causes ocean acidification that is rapidly dissolving the seafloor, a new study warns.
New research shows that seagrass is one of the most effective carbon stores.
New research shows that increasing levels of CO2 are causing the calcium buildup of the sea floor to dissolve.
In the aftermath of 9/11, the absence of commercial shipping proved to be a unique opportunity to study whale behaviour.
Temperatures rises are putting delicate marine ecosystems at risk as fish and other sea life are forced to migrate.
Single-use man-made items like plastic bottles and disposable diapers can take up to 500 years to break down in the ocean. But governments are starting to fight back against global plasti...
Researchers from Princeton University and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography have found that oceans have absorbed more heat energy since 1991 than previously thought.
A recent study has shown the enormous impact of invasive house mice on 10 bird species on Gough Island - a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A new report from Carbon Brief looks at the state of the climate across the globe.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has picked empowering women as its theme for World Maritime Day 2019 as the industry aims to increase female participation in its workforce.
As August marks the end of the melt season, Greenland's surface mass budget (SMB) was the sixth highest on record.