Sea turtle Goody was injured after she was caught in a fishing net. Now researchers have built her a bespoke new flipper – and it’s hoped their advances will help others like her swim pro...
From coral bleaching and rising sea levels to increased marine heatwaves and more powerful storms, climate change is destroying our ocean ecosystems - harming people just as much as the f...
Gary Bencheghib has been helping to tackle Bali’s plastic problem for 10 years. Now, he’s going to Davos to launch his latest plan to clean rivers on the island – and around the world.
The Ocean Cleanup has collected 60 massive plastic bags from a floating barrier in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Here’s what you need to know.
An Ipsos survey, commissioned the by the World Economic Forum, finds more than three-quarters of the public are in favour of action to protect endangered fish stocks.
A new study finds there could be a million times more tiny plastic pieces in the ocean than we thought, and they might be infiltrating the food chain.
Palau has been practising "bul" for centuries – and now it’s the philosophy behind its huge new protected marine area.
Planting mangrove trees on the shores of Vietnam is helping protect against global warming – and also sowing the seeds of female empowerment.
Seawater Solutions is using saltmarshes to grow salt-resistant plants like samphire, which is growing from gourmet garnish to mainstream meal.
If emissions continue to rise, by 2100 over 7.2 billion people will be exposed to food shortages.
From using windows as doors to being able to swim in the living room, citizens of Java are struggling to protect their homes for increased flooding year after year.
Scientists have discovered that whales play a significant role in carbon capture - and now the International Monetary Fund has put a value on how much they're worth to us. This is why, sa...
A groundbreaking alternative to plastic, MarinaTex, has been created by university student Lucy Hughes and has received financial backing from James Dyson.
In order to protect its fishing and logging communities, Kenya is issuing ID cards to individuals to curb illegal fishing and destruction of forests.
Small plastic particles are more prevalent in ocean 'slicks' where baby fish feed and grow - that means more plastic is getting into the ocean food chain.