Category: Conservation

Kodiak Queen
News Conservation In the Water

Former Pearl Harbor Ship Becomes a New BVI Dive Site

The Kodiak Queen, a former Navy fuel barge, survived the attack on Pearl Harbor. In March 2017, it will become an underwater art installation and new dive site in the British Virgin Islands. 

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green your fins
Conservation In the Water

Green Your Fins: Check Out the New Green Fins How-To Videos

The Reef-World Foundation is launching a series of videos on how to make each dive greener: Green Your Fins.

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Blue Ventures
Conservation In the Water

Conservation Spotlight: Blue Ventures

In this series of articles, we’ll look at conservation organizations linked to ocean protection. Today we’re talking with Blue Ventures.

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right whale
Marine Species Conservation In the Water

Right Whale Sightings at an All-Time Low

Concern is rising after all-time low sightings of the endangered North Atlantic right whale during their 2017 winter breeding season.

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New stuff
Cetacean Captivity

Vancouver Votes to Ban Cetacean Captivity at City Aquarium

The Vancouver board of parks and recreation voted in March to ban the importation and display of captive cetaceans at Vancouver Aquarium
by Kathryn Curzon
filmmaker rob stewart

Family of Conservationist and Filmmaker Rob Stewart Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit

The family of recently deceased Canadian conservationist and director Rob Stewart has filed a wrongful death lawsuit
by Kathryn Curzon
Coral Nurseries

Cayman’s Coral Nurseries Thriving With Attention and TLC

The Cayman Coral nursery program launched on Earth Day 2016 with high hopes for success. How is it doing now?
by Guest Author
Wyland tank

Original Wyland Tank Up for Auction

Renowned marine artist Wyland is auctioning off an original painted scuba tank, with the proceeds going to charity.
by Shelley Collett