To stop global warming and achieve all 17 SDGs, urgent action is needed to reduce emissions, reverse biodiversity loss and invest in renewable energy.
An update to the IUCN's Red List of Threatened Species shows hope for four species of commercially-fished tuna - but work remains to protect marine life.
The Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) uses AI and energy from the sun to independently traverse the ocean, gathering vital data to expand our understanding of the factors influencing its he...
Under its new Director General, the WTO is within reach of a deal 20 years in the making that will bring immense benefit for ocean life.
The ocean is our lifeline but its present and future health is under threat. These innovators from around the world have the solutions that can help.
Anthropogenic mass - basically everything humans have built - is now thought to weigh the same as all the planet's living biomass, according to a new study.
When fish die naturally, their bodies and the carbon they contain sink to the depths of the ocean. Yet when fished, this carbon is released into the atmosphere as CO2.
Overfishing is a social injustice. To end it, we need to eliminate the harmful fisheries subsidies that are overexploiting the ocean's resources.
Within our solar system, the four most likely planets to sustain life based on their environment, include Mars, Europa, Enceladus and Titan.
To meet the SDGs' environmental targets and build back better after COVID-19, we must invest in climate solutions and making cities and infrastructure more sustainable.
Changemakers brought together by innovation platform Uplink hail from six continents and tackle a range of challenges facing the Ocean, from freight shipping to plastic pollution.
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.
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The COVID-19 recovery is an opportunity to foster a sustainable ocean economy. To that end, governments must end the funding of harmful fishing practices.
The ocean, which feeds us, regulates our climate and is one of the engines of the global economy, is changing at the fastest rate in human history. We need to find practical, powerful way...