Earth's newest continent 'Zealandia' was found thanks to a giant underwater land grab.
We must do more to protect our oceans and make Sustainable Development Goal 14 a reality, argue the authors.
A year ago at the World Economic Forum in Davos, a report from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the World Economic Forum found that most plastic packaging is used only once; 95% of the ...
The ocean is in trouble. Its bill of health does not make for happy reading, and there is clear conclusion that human-based activities are the cause of the ocean’s decline.
This dire prediction for the world in 2050 need not come true, argues a new report, if we take a few precautions.
Clams might not seem exciting, but they can reveal a lot about our changing climate.
Light pollution is changing the day-night cycle of some fish, dramatically affecting their feeding behaviour.
For two days in November, Arctic sea ice did not behave as expected. Here’s what’s going on.
This is what will the world actually look like at 1.5°C of global warming.
We have a choice. We can degrade the salty water that covers most of our planet or we can steward it in a way that enables it to take care of us.
Plastic is the workhorse material of the modern economy, but it's killing our climate. The system needs to change and - thankfully - there are a number of people working to make this happen.
Boyan Slat's teenage dream was to remove from our oceans a vast mountain of discarded fishing nets, water bottles and other plastic garbage.
A look at how green chemistry can become an important foundation of the circular economy.
Rapid progress in the development of robotics, AI, low-cost sensors, satellite systems, big data and genetics are opening up whole new sectors of ocean use and research.
If we work together, we can stop a mass extinction of ocean life before it starts, writes Marc Benioff.