Although #PlasticFreeJuly is coming to a close, there’s no reason to stop trying to cut plastic out of your life. Here are some tips on how to say no to plastic.
Biologist and veterinarian Dr. Claire Petros is on a mission to save the Maldives’ sea turtles and explains why we need hospitals, not hatcheries.
This year, Scuba Diver Life and NOAA are partnering to profile 12 different ships in the Graveyard of the Atlantic. This month we visit the U-352
Scientists from the Marine Megafauna Foundation have for the first time used photo IDs to study the elusive smalleye stingray in southern Mozambique.
You may have heard of or seen photos of the amazing giant spider crab migration in Australia. The media attention, however, has led to rampant overfishing.
Good news coming out of Canada: the country has passed legislation to ban breeding or keeping cetaceans in captivity — and all single-use plastics by 2021
This year, Scuba Diver Life and NOAA are partnering to profile 12 different ships in the Graveyard of the Atlantic. This month we visit the F.W. Abrams.
Not harming the ocean and leaving little trace is paramount to most divers. Here are seven easy ways to make sure you’re protecting the environment when you dive.
The Reef-World Foundation has applied 10 years’ of experience with the Green Fins initiative to a free online training course: The Green Fins Dive Guide e-Course.
In the face of ever-increasing ocean pollution, the hashtag #IsThisYours attempts to hold companies accountable for their plastic production.
NOAA is developing a proposal to expand protection at Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, and they need diver input.
Properly identifying coral can add another dimension to any reef dive. Today we’ll introduce encrusting corals of the Indo-Pacific and offer tips for identification.
A historic coral disease outbreak in Florida and the Caribbean offers divers an opportunity to contribute to research and help restore damaged reef.
Ocean conservation is more important now than ever. Read on to find out how you can help protect the waters you love.
It’s rare to see a billfish on a dive, although you can snorkel with them seasonally off the Yucatan Peninsula. Here are some quick facts about billfish.
Stewards of the Great Barrier Reef are working toward greater resilience to climate events with help from some ground-breaking technology: and an underwater robot is delivering corals
The Perry Institute for Marine Science is a nonprofit organization committed to protecting the oceans. To that end, they’ve created the Reef Rescue Network.
Recent news that Japan will resume commercial whaling was met largely with disgust. As divers, should we boycott modern whaling nations?