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Nations Agree On Protection for Arctic Ocean

Until now the situation in the Arctic Ocean has been described by some observers as “Wild West conditions,” as no single nation had the legislative power to introduce protection of the area.

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Liveaboard News

Summer of Sirens

Do you have any plans for this summer? We have some great alternatives for you to enjoy an unforgettable summer. Dive in the tropics and bring back some incredible memories.

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Adidas Designs Sneaker Created From Ocean Debris

Sportswear manufacturer set to begin using ocean-debris materials in production in 2016

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News Photo Gear & Techniques

Out of the Blue Photography Competition

By submitting entries to this new competition, you can help encourage global leaders to take positive action and adopt more of the solutions that we know are at hand to protect and use natural resources in a sustainable way.

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Nations Agree On Protection for Arctic Ocean

Until now the situation in the Arctic Ocean has been described by some observers as “Wild West conditions,” as no single nation had the legislative power to introduce protection of the area.
by Thomas Gronfeldt
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Famous Bermuda Wrecks: The Mary Celestina

The small island of Bermuda has been designated by more than one media source as the “Shipwreck Capital of the Atlantic".
by Guest Blogger
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The Other Dolphin Hunt: The Faroese Grind

While the Japanese dolphin drive may be the world’s most infamous, it is certainly not unique
by Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson
Hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) in deep blue, Red Sea, Egypt.

Positive News For Arnavon Islands Turtle Rookery

Positive conservation stories like this one represent a ray of hope in the darkness, a hope that we can bring the oceans back from the brink to which we have pushed them
by Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson