PADI has released its own Mission 2020 pledge, aiming to be a force for good.
From Fiji to the Bahamas, renowned explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau and his children embark on a voyage to discover the ocean as never seen before in their new documentary film, "Wonders of the Sea," narrated by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Hawaii’s Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN) volunteers have removed an astounding amount of debris from the water around the islands.
Disruptors.fm recently aired a fascinating interview with award-winning nature author and conservationist Carl Safina.
Hong Kong's Blue Ocean Club was quite active last year, conducting six Project AWARE Dive Against Debris surveys at their local dive sites.
The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation inaugurated its Blue Beacon Series of lectures and panels last month, and the foundation has plans to hold its next events in Baltimore, Maryland and Detroit, Michigan this year.
Divers urged to decontaminate their gear to combat the outbreak of coral disease on Florida’s reefs.
As we come to the end of the year we have gone back into the archives for the year and drawn out the top post for each month in 2018.
VIP Diving Bonaire has released an impressive video of its sustainability efforts.
Fins Attached has teamed up with Dr. Peter Klimley to teach a new marine biology course focused on sharks and rays.
With plastic pollution in the world's oceans getting more and more dire with each passing year, some economic researchers are wondering whether it would be worth setting up some kind of "global fund" to help developing countries pay the cost of improving their waste management systems.
While 2016 saw a sizeable number of corals in Australia's Great Barrier Reef die off due to higher ocean temperatures, other corals in that same ecosystem survived, and scientists now think they have a handle on why.
Fourth Element recently introduced its "Gulper" stainless steel water bottle.
Episode 22 of the NOAA podcast covering American Samoa is now out.