Globally, almost 73 MILLION sharks end up victims to the shark fin trade EVERY YEAR. Unless strong, enforceable legislation is enacted immediately, the future existence of many critically impacted shark species is in doubt.
These innovative toys introduce children to advanced STEM disciplines by incorporating AI, mathematics, engineering, science and art, combining several subject areas into one integrated experience.
The Center for Oceanic Awareness Research and Education (COARE) is dedicated to raising public awareness of the plight of the ocean and to helping find meaningful ways to make a difference in lives.
Sea of Change Foundation announced at DEMA Show 2019 that their Reef Rescue & Rapid Response Grants are now available!
To save marine wildlife and ecosystems, Sea Shepherd takes more than a stand. They take action.
NOAA's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries presented an expert panel on Thursday highlighting the value of visiting and partnering with local marine sanctuaries to keep our waterways protected.
Want to save some sharks but don't know how? Shark Allies has all the details you need to protect those lovable predators.
From the surface to the abyss, PADI aims to recruit a billion "torchbearers" in the fight to preserve our oceans.
ECO magazine and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission have teamed up to support the UN decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development.
Scientists have uncovered a new geophysical phenomenon where a hurricane or other strong storm can spark seismic events in the nearby ocean as strong as a 3.5 magnitude earthquake.
A bill has been introduced into the Florida legislature that looks to ban the import, export and sale of shark fins in the U.S. state, the biggest hub of shark fin trading in the country.
Fourth Element is releasing a new line of t-shirts to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Ocean advocates are calling for taking their idea, the "Blue New Deal," that was hatched in the U.S. state of California and expanding it nationwide.
The recent die-off of large parts of the bull kelp forests that were so prevalent off the Northern California coast has researchers wondering if harvesting the purple urchins that were part of the cause of that die-off might help restore those underwater forests.