This fall, NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries is teaming up with Ocean Exploration Trust to explore the marine ecosystems of the West Coast and Hawaii.
Like all the world’s coral reefs, the Great Barrier Reef is under threat. But the world’s largest living organism has some Great Barrier Reef heroes on its side.
Ocean garbage is a huge problem, but what happens when underwater trash becomes habitat? Should we leave it or clean it up?
The movement to ban plastic straws or limit their use has gained much traction in recent months. Here’s our ultimate guide to finding eco-friendly alternatives to plastic straws.
Depending on what time of year you visit, swimming with leatherback turtles in Costa Rica could be a highlight of your trip.
In this series of articles, we’ll profile conservation organizations focused on ocean protection. Today we’re chatting with with Letitia Florea from Waste Free Oceans.
A new underwater “ARTivism” campaign aims to highlight the dangers posed by — and solutions for — ocean acidification.
Conservation organization Oceana weighs in on essential legislation to end shark-fin importation in to the U.S — and how you can help.
There are many different ways you can help save the ocean’s apex predators. Here’s our list of five top shark conservation groups
The Great Barrier Reef is under constant threat from pressures of all sorts. But some passionate individuals are doing what they can by helping to grow more-resilient corals.
Dr. Andrea Marshall is well-known for co-founding the Marine Megafauna Foundation. Here we’ll discuss how she got started and what keeps her motivated.
The decreasing dugong population in southern Thailand forced the locals there to do something about it. Saving the dugongs of Si Kao has become a team effort.
In this series of articles, we profile conservation organizations focused on ocean protection. Today we are chatting with Rachel Sarnoff at 5 Gyres.
NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries and Pride Outside teamed up to celebrate Ocean Month and LGBT Pride Month through the #PrideInTheOcean campaign.
Anchoring on a reef causes damage not only to the natural environment but also potentially to divers. Here are some alternatives to anchoring.
Although the problems may seem insurmountable, you can help save the ocean through direct action. Here are seven steps you can take today.
For such small creatures, jellyfish have a fearsome reputation. Is it safe to swim with jellyfish, and if so, where?
These young women from the jungle islands of Papua could be the beginning of a movement that builds momentum for sustainable management of the natural resources of PNG.