A UN agreement, market action and Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies together offer a new opportunity to crack the problem of illegal fishing.
Only 14% of plastic packaging is recycled globally. Circular packaging solutions are a priority - and they will create value for brands, as these trailblazing examples demonstrate.
With just 12 years to go before the 2030 deadline for meeting the SDGs, it is clear that the ocean will play a central role. World leaders much act now, writes the Prime Minister of Norwa...
Women depend upon the ocean for the livelihoods just as much as men, yet their voices are not heard loudly enough when it comes to solving the crises facing our seas. It's time to change ...
Our oceans absorb the majority of the globe's climate changing emissions, leading to temperatures rising faster than scientists had previously calculated.
With water scarcity becoming an everyday reality for many people around the world, Israel is masterminding an expensive and ambitious plan to refill the Dead Sea and shore up supply.
Arctic old ice - the ice that stays throughout the summer - is shrinking rapidly. It plays a vital role in regulating the planet's climate, and its loss would be catastrophic. It's time t...
The growing problem of plastic waste in the ocean is hurting marine life and livelihoods around the world - and it's going to take a new, global, circular economy-based approach to solve it.
From climate change to over-fishing, the effects we’re having on the oceans could be helping huge populations of jellyfish spread, sometimes with disastrous consequences.
Friends of Ocean Action are working with scientists, tech developers and entrepreneurs to make ocean data available for the global public good, enabling governments to restore fisheries, ...
Few would deny that 2018 has been a challenging year, and to assume this year won't be much better. But don't despair! here are 10 reasons to be optimistic about the future
Australian scientists say they have discovered the world's largest meadow of carbon-absorbing deepwater seagrass.
Here's some good environment news - thousands of new species have been discovered this year alone.
The damage being done to coral reefs by climate change and human activity can take just a few years to cause, and millions to fix.
"Tourism is booming, but we are excluded. And we are worried that we will lose the cases and be removed from here"