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Here are our suggestions to keep the little ocean enthusiasts entertained while on lockdown.
The COVID-19 pandemic has wrought havoc across every facet of the ocean industry, with the U.S. government recently issuing an exception to a rule that requires observers aboard fishing vessels.
While we are out of the water for a while, check out our recommendation on books, movies, and podcasts to keep us entertained.
Lockdowns all over the world are keeping divers landlocked, but even when circumstances keep us out of the water there are still ways to maintain our connection to the sea.
The U.S. National Marine Sanctuary Foundation has outlined the steps it is taking to protect its staff, partners and the public in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Big Blue Ocean Cleanup has teamed up with the trade body Subsea UK to promote and support efforts to prevent ocean pollution.
The United Arab Emirates has given The United Way of Collier County US$3.5 million (~3.1 million Euros) to restore seven reefs that are part of the Florida Keys.
A bill that would have banned the import, export and sale of shark fins in the U.S. state of Florida was passed by the Florida state House of Representatives on March 9th but with a loophole that one shark advocate says has "weakened the bill beyond recognition."
There have been strong women that have ruled the seas since we first took to the water. We take a look at some of the characters in history.
Up to 90 percent of the world's coral reefs could be dead within the next two decades due to rising sea temperatures, pollution and other factors, with complete global elimination possible by the end of the century, scientists are warning.
OceanX and the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently forged a formal agreement to advance cutting-edge ocean exploration and scientific research that increases public understanding of the importance and value of the ocean.
EKORU is a new search engine aimed at cleaning the world's oceans with every web search.
U.S. federal regulations to protect North Atlantic Right Whales have been delayed, according to a recent court filing.