You'd think that 11 kilometers (6.8 miles) below the surface of the ocean you'd find a place free of all traces that humans exist, but a really, really rich guy disproved that theory this week.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is requesting additional information on the safety of sunscreen ingredients -- including the oxybenzone used in 70% of sunscreens available in the USA.
The PADI Foundation this year will award more than US$330,000 (~294,657 Euros) in grants. The funding goes to help education and research about the marine environment.
The ICUN SSG has announced a rebrand and a new logo, that it hopes better reflects its body of work.
SlipIns Introduces A new Sensations of the Sea Subline of Products.
PADI Loves has introduced an environmentally friendly Marketplace “PADI Loves”.
If you've ever marveled at the beauty of Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary off the coast of California, an annual water quality monitoring project is one of the reasons why the area has stayed so pristine.
Waterhaul has launched a new range of eyewear made from 100% recycled fishing nets.
Dive Professionals can now become independently Green Fins certified with a new online course.
The Walt Disney Company's latest nature documentary, "Dolphin Reef," will make its premiere on the company's new streaming service this coming November.
FORCE BLUE has wrapped a documentary about Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease in the Florida Keys.
The U.S. government announced this week that the Gulf of Mexico Bryde's whale (Balaenoptera edeni) is endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
A new study, using 20 years of Reef Check data, finds that corals now can withstand higher temperatures before bleaching than they could a decade ago.
Turquoise Bay Dive and Beach Resort on Roatan's northeast coast and Subway Watersports, the on-site dive operation for Turquoise Bay, recently celebrated the three-year anniversary of the installation of the first coral nurseries in the Bay Islands of Honduras.