It has become increasingly clear that our oceans are in trouble. However, technology can come to the rescue.
FORCE BLUE and Sea of Change Foundation have teamed up to urge consumers to make environmentally aware choices when purchasing sunscreen.
The second-annual "AWARE Week" to promote ocean conservation and protection will take place September 14-22, PADI and Project AWARE have announced.
The first part of "Microplastics: A Macro Disaster," a documentary video series on the effects of microplastics on whale sharks in the Maldives and supported by the Save Our Seas Foundation has been released.
Fiji has joined Canada as the second nation to ban the import and export of shark fins.
If you're a beach cleanup aficionado and passionate about ridding the oceans of marine debris, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is seeking your input.
Marine archaeologists have found a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea that could be at least 500 years old, yet due to the unique properties of that body of water is in near-pristine condition.
National Geographic this week announced it has launched a new TV series with a working title of "MISSION OCEANX," a global, six-episode series and cross-platform event that pairs a dream team of the world's greatest ocean storytellers with the most advanced combined exploration and media vessel ever built.
When it comes to finding one's way, Garmin, Tom-Tom and Google Maps have got nothing on Mother Nature.
If you're a shark aficionado, Discovery Channel's annual "Shark Week" programming block begins this coming Sunday, July 28th and runs through Sunday, August 4th.
If you're a fan of diving the U.S. portions of the Great Lakes, you've got about a week left to submit comments regarding the possibility of setting up a national marine sanctuary along eastern Lake Ontario.
FORCE BLUE has teamed up on a project with the Sea Of Change Foundation that aims to use FORCE BLUE's Special Operations Veterans to raise awareness about the ocean and the threats it faces.
The documentary film "Picture Of His Life," about award-winning wildlife stills photographer and environmental activist Amos Nachoum, will make its U.S. premiere this month.
Diving with sharks is awesome!