The Perry Institute for Marine Science (PIMS) recently released the latest edition of its Coral Reef Report Card. The report card grades Bahamian coral reef ecosystem health and assesses ongoing threats, while outlining successful measures needed to reverse the decline of coral reefs.
Being an environmentally conscious diver in the age of Covid presents unique — but not insurmountable — challenges.
Umzumbe in KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa is not a particularly famous dive location, but last November two divers discovered a coelacanth.
Great white and broadnose sevengill sharks were, until recently, the top predators in False Bay, South Africa. But there are two new sheriffs in town.
In picturesque Lemon Bay in the New Caledonia capital of Noumea, a group of retirees has helped reveal a whole new understanding of the area’s sea snake population.
The enterprising kids who created the conservation organization Bye Bye Plastic Bags’ on Bali are at it again with One Island One Voice.
Add your voice to the conversation for expansion at Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary during virtual public meetings.
Reef-World has launched new Green Fins guidelines on environmental best practices for chemical cleaning agents.
While Sydney was under COVID-19 lockdown, a group of aquarium-bred White’s seahorses was released into Sydney’s harbor.
With no tourists because of COVID-19, Australian dive tour operators are planting coral instead.
The owners of Lissenung Dive Resort in Papua New Guinea are fully committed to doing their part to save the turtles of Papua New Guinea.
Artificial reefs and scuttled wrecks can offer intriguing dives and habitat for marine life. But are they as beneficial as we think?
The IUCN Red List was established to track threatened species. Unfortunately, 28 sharks and rays appear on the list. Here’s the lowdown on 20 of them.
Marine biologist and underwater photographer Johnny Gaskell recently explored the Great Barrier Reef in search of the truth on its current condition.
If you’re an ocean lover and environmentalist, here are five places where you can help the ocean while traveling.
Coral reefs are in trouble. But recently, a team of researchers found a new way to attract fish back to degraded reefs: the sound of healthy reefs.
The annual mass coral-spawning event on the Great Barrier Reef inspired new collaboration between tourism operators and scientists to help save the reef.
There’s a lot of news lately about sunscreen and coral reefs. But which chemicals are problematic, and how do you know which products are safe for reefs?