Our oceans are running out of breath, and we are running out of time to save them. Could 'blue funds' be the answer?
Farmers like Catherine Puckett are pioneering the method of 3D farming, which utilizes vertical columns of water to grow pollution-free foods.
On the deepest dive ever made by a human inside a submarine, Victor Vescovo, a retired naval officer, found signs of human contamination.
A new form of plastic called poly(diketoenamine) could create a closed-loop and zero-waste recycling process.
Farming octopuses is not only unethical but deeply damaging to the environment, scientists say.
Biodegradable plastic bags are seen by some as a sustainable solution, but in reality, they still take a considerable amount of time to break down.
With seemingly endless reports of negativity surrounding the state of the world's oceans, it's easy to lose track of the positives.
One often-neglected result of climate change is ocean acidification. If this process continues, we may start to see fewer fish and more jellyfish.
Five metres beneath the Atlantic Ocean, this restaurant doubles up as a marine research lab. Named 'Under', it's also revealing how scientists can raise awareness about ocean health throu...
Using satellites and buoy data, scientists were able to determine the rate of wave growth between 1985 and 2018.
A Global Deal for Nature is a plan which could avert a sixth mass extinction and reduce climate change.
Carbon Brief’s latest “state of the climate” report has found that global surface temperatures in 2019 are on track to be either the second or third warmest since records began in the mid...
Almost three quarters of the Earth’s surface is water. But only 7.6% of our oceans enjoy any level of protection from exploitation.
Around 7 miles underwater, microbes have been found that feed on the hydrocarbons in crude oil.
Glaciers may be melting faster than scientists thought, causing 25 to 30% of global sea level rise.