Experts believe that if we could help people empathize with the ocean and the marine life within, they would try harder to protect it.
Marine biologists at Rice University are looking into breeding strains of dinoflagellate symbionts to better serve their coral partners and protect reefs.
The world has lost a significant amount of its coral reefs, with some regions losing more than others. Factors including climate change have caused this.
Beyond the immediate and visible damage caused to sea life, oil spills continue to affect marine life and the environment for years. Here’s what you need to know.
The ocean plays a huge role in regulating the climate. As we head to COP26, Radio Davos dips into tropical and Arctic waters and speaks to the UN oceans tsar.
Researchers have created a model, tracking the pathways of land-based micro and macro-plastics to the sea.
Researchers in Australia have come together to develop a seawall to provide habitats for marine life in Sydney Harbour.
A study in Indonesia found that subtle messaging and cues can encourage tourists to engage in behaviors that protect the marine ecosystem.
New research, known as the 'Blue Food Assessment', has shown that these foods could help to us to meet the challenges of climate change and food security.
Pollution from shipping is projected to rise rapidly unless action is taken, but Soren Skou, CEO of Møller-Maersk, says reductions cannot be achieved by shipping companies alone.
Santa Teresa Bay has become Italy's first underwater 'living' lab, providing data to study extreme weather events and measure the effect of climate change on seawater.
Marine snow transports carbon into the ocean's depths; 1% of its carbon dioxide lies buried in the seafloor for thousands of years.
Australian scientists are using the new method of brightening clouds to keep the Great Barrier Reef cool during marine heatwaves.
Sustainably ramping up the production of seafood is critical to addressing staggering global levels of malnutrition and associated micronutrient deficiencies, a new study finds.
A number of fishing vessels have been using BATmap, a real-time app that helps boats to avoid catching endangered marine species caught up in the nets.