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Blue Ring Initiative To Hold Inaugural ‘Sea Change’ Ocean Fundraiser

The Blue Ring Initiative will be holding its inaugural ocean celebration and fundraiser, dubbed "Sea Change," in Chicago next week.

Sharks4Kids: Shark Education Around the World

Kids can save sharks. They have a voice and they can make a difference.

Bonaire Sponges Are Being Relocated To Safer Areas

STINAPA volunteers are transplanting sponges threatened by maintenance work in Bonaire.

Season 10 Of ‘Changing Seas’ To Feature Latest Marine Research

Set your DVR: South Florida PBS's Emmy-award winning original series, "Changing Seas," returns this week with four brand-new episodes.

Fourth Element Mission 2020 Needs Your Pledge

Fourth Element’s Mission 2020 is seeking participants to pledge to make a change.

DiveLive With A Marine Biologist

Divelive is a new program that takes you live to the best Grand Cayman dive sites and allows you to interact with the divers.

Global Media, Science, Philanthropy Coalition Launches ‘OceanX’

A global coalition of leading media, science and philanthropy partners recently announced the launch of OceanX, a new initiative to explore the ocean and bring it back to the world through media.

Plant A Coral With ‘CoralPalooza’ In Florida

The Coral Restoration Foundation has announced its "Coralpalooza" event will take place on June 8-9, 2018.

How Freedivers Can Help in Conserving the Oceans

Many people see freediving solely as a leisure activity, however, it’s unknown to many that it is also an effective tool to conserve our marine life

Bonaire To Ban Sunscreens with Oxybenzone and Octinoxate

Bonaire Joins Hawaii in banning sunscreen products containing Oxybenzone and Octinoxate.

Bite-Back Receives A Generous Financial Boost

Shark charity Bite-Back has received a generous boost from entrepreneurs Swen Lorenz and Marcel Maschmeyer.

CMAS President Anna Arzhanova Recognized As ‘Knight of Human Rights’

The International League for Human Rights has recognized World Underwater Federation President Anna Arzhanova for her organization's "Blue Helmets of the Sea" initiative.

Scientists Prove That Sharks Travel Between Galapagos and Cocos Island

Scientists are calling for a protected "swimway" for sharks and other species between the Galapagos and Cocos Island.

Cousteau Divers Will Help Remove Abandoned Fishing Nets From Santorini Waters

On World Oceans Day, Cousteau Divers will help take out abandoned fishing nets from the waters around the Greek island of Santorini.
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