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A new World Economic Forum report provides a blueprint for 15 nature-positive transitions that could generate $10.1 trillion and create 395 million jobs.
New research suggests that climate change could wipe out 60% of all fish species in the oceans. Previous studies predicted fish would be far more resilient.
Start-up ARC Marine has come up with a green alternative to artificial reefs - restoring marine biodiversity at the same time as protecting offshore wind farms from strong tides.
Highly protected marine areas are the best way to conserve and restore marine life. Here's why the UK government must seize its chance to create more of them.
Clean-up operations are taking place around the world, and it’s hoped education and cooperation across the seafood supply chain will help curb ocean litter.
A team of divers is building artificial coral reefs off the east coast of the United Arab Emirates.
From food production to renewable energy, the ocean represents a vast and untapped resource. Here are five ways we can use it to shape a greener future.
Global action is being urged to stop a humanitarian crisis unfolding at sea. Crew changes on merchant ships have been stopped for months, putting those onboard at risk.
Erna Solberg, Norweigan PM and Tommy Remengesau, Jr, President of Palau, discuss the essential role the ocean plays in creating a sustainable and prosperous global future.
The coronavirus pandemic is driving us towards more single-use products and the environment is already seeing the impact.
Improving water, sanitation, and hygiene practice – a practice known as WASH – is vital in reducing the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in developing countries.
Our oceans contribute $2.5 trillion to our global economy. But climate-induced declines in ocean health could cost the global economy $428 billion annually by 2050.
The world’s seas could contribute much more to renewable energy creation, says a new report, and should be included in the raft of policies known as the Green New Deal.