A few years ago, young Boyan Slat began work on the Ocean Cleanup project. Despite a recent setback, Slat remains optimistic.
The Zoological Society of London’s (ZSL) famous Edge of Existence program has added sharks and rays to its list of threatened species.
Seahorses are in trouble, thanks to the home-aquarium trade, traditional Chinese medicine, the curio trade and bycatch. What can be done to save them?
In this series of articles, we’ll profile conservation organizations focused on ocean protection. Today we’re chatting with Kristal Ambrose, the founder of Bahamas Plastic Movement.
PADI CEO Dr. Drew Richardson recently discussed his determination to turn the world’s divers into an army working for marine conservation.
Whether we can attain a healthy ocean is a topic much in the global spotlight. What is the true value healthy oceans and why is it so important we strive to protect them?
Koh Tao in Thailand is one of the world’s busiest dive destinations, and its popularity has had an impact. But divers have found a way to pitch in on Koh Tao marine conservation efforts.
Researchers in the Galapagos have successfully completed ultrasounds on free-swimming whale sharks and taken blood samples from adult whale sharks for the first time ever in the wild.
A recent festival at LUX* South Ari Atoll resort in the Maldives celebrated whale sharks, turtles and more.
Conservation agency Green Fins has released a new #DoNotFeedTheFish infographic.
Plating corals are some of the most common on Indo-Pacific reefs. Here’s your guide to identifying them on your next dive.
Northern sea otters are recolonizing Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. NOAA Nancy Foster Scholar Jessica Hale is studying their habits.
In this series of articles, we’ll profile conservation organizations focused on ocean protection. Today we’re chatting with Emy Kane from Lonely Whale.
Our new series focusing on the achievements of women in diving starts with Ocean Ramsey, marine advocate.
Marine debris has reached meteoric levels in the last few years. Some creative artists are shining a spotlight on the issue by turning trash into ocean art.
NOAA has introduced a new online portal that offers information on the response to a coral-disease outbreak in Florida
Invasive seaweed at Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary has found an enemy in underwater landscaper and PhD student Lindsay Marks.
One year after Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc across the Florida Keys, local dive-tour operators and other businesses are helping to identify and remove debris.