[China] Chinese scientists have discovered a new strain of microalgae — microscopic, single-cell photosynthetic organisms that Continue reading Scientists say tiny algae eat pollutants
[Mozambique] Researchers have found that some coral reefs in northern Mozambique and the Quirimbas Islands have an Continue reading Scientists find climate-resistant coral refuge in northern Mozambique
[Global] Omega-3s and antioxidants are highly touted by nutritionists and dietitians everywhere these days. Continue reading Algae: New source of omega-3 saves oceans from overfishing
[Global] The Living Blue Planet Report, just released by World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in collaboration with the Zoological Society of London, documents the extraordinary losses, which occurred from 1970 to 2012. Alarmingly, some fish species were found to have declined by almost 75 per cent. Continue reading Half of all marine life lost in 40 years: WWF report
Oceans cover more than two thirds of Earth’s surface. They are home to millions of species, provide a key source of protein to people on every continent, and play an enormous role in Continue reading Envision 2050: The Future of Oceans
Why should we curb ocean pollution, stop overfishing, prevent invasive species and save coral reefs?
Because the next wonder drug in the battle against some of our most insidious diseases, such as cancer or Alzheimer’s, may be lurking just beneath Continue reading To Fight Disease, Protect the Ocean
World Oceans Day provides a unique opportunity once a year to honor our world’s ocean that connects us all, and this weekend you can join with people in communities around the world to mark the day in a special way. After all, no matter where we live—from California… Continue reading World Oceans Day 2014: Together, We Have the Power to Protect the Ocean