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.
The biggest marine sanctuary in the world is now twice the size of Texas.
This map ranks the world’s oceans by the amount of plastic floating on the surface.
The oceans are a vital source of life, livelihoods, food and biodiversity. We need a plan to rescue them.
The FAO’s new report charts the trends influencing the global fishing industry.
When we think about conservation, we often think of species which are as photogenic as they are fragile. That needs to changes, says Mei Lin. Part of our XxXX series of interviews profili...
Protecting fish and reducing pollution will help protect corals and slow down climate change.
Africa’s rich coastal waters have long been plundered by foreign fleets. It's time we did something about that, says Caroline Kende-Robb.
On World Oceans Day, four activists explain why we must save our seas – and how you can help.
A data visualization makes the full scale of the problem facing the world’s oceans crystal clear.
Native antarctic eco-systems are being threatened by warmer waters and the arrival of new species.
The world’s oceans should be on the agenda of the G7 summit in Japan, says Wendy Broadgate.