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Dr. Sylvia Earle Recognised In Time Magazine Book

Time Magazine to Honour Dr. Sylvia Earle with a Chapter in their New Book

5 Amazing Products Made With Plastic Recycled From The Ocean

Discover five amazing products made with recycled plastic, ranging from high-end clothing to skateboards and carpet tile.

Freediving Champions Take Part in Arctic Expedition

Freedivers Alexeiy Molchanov and Aurore Asso are taking part in Pax Arctica, in an attempt to freedive the site of the Jeannette shipwreck.

Shark Attacks Seal Very Close To Shore

Great white shark causes panic after it attacks a seal within a stone’s throw of the water’s edge in Cape Cod.

Activist Fights To Keep Bahamian Waters Clean

Project AWARE is celebrating individual activists and members around the world of their adopt a dive site initiative.

Chinese Fishermen Jailed For Catching 300 Tons of Sharks In The...

Ecuadorian authorities capture a Chinese fishing vessel near the Galapagos with 300 tons of illegally fished sharks on board.

Project AWARE Launches Dive Against Debris App

Project AWARE has launched a new mobile app, to better record marine debris and pollution

Could Caribbean Lionfish Be A Hybrid Superfish?

Latest genetic research on Caribbean Lionfish discovers that the majority are a hybrid superfish of two different Lionfish species.

Celebrate Conservation With REEF Fest 2017 in Key Largo

REEF Fest to kick off for a weekend of celebrations at the end of September, to mark the positive impact of conservation on the Florida Keys

Ocean Focussed International Poster Contest For Youth Announces Theme For 2017/18

The Theme for the International Poster Contest for Youth has been announced for 2017-2018, and it is Human Exploration of The Oceans.

Avani Introduces A Fully Biodegradable, Edible Carrier Bag

Avani brings to market a 100% Cassava based “Plastic” bag that is harmless to animals, and biodegradable.

Dive Centres Band Together To Combat Marine Debris In Curacao

Curacao dive centres club together to combat the scourge of Marine debris

Crown of Thorns – When Starfish Go Wild

Crown Of Thorns Starfish can be beautiful and essential to reef development, however, we look at what happens when they go wild and destructive

Sharks Aren’t Driven Crazy By Smelling Human Blood

Diver cuts his hand on purpose to demonstrate that sharks are not mindless blood lusting monsters
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