From 1932 to 1968, hundreds of tonnes of mercury seeped into the clear waters of Minamata Bay, Japan, causing health and environmental problems still felt today. As the first global treaty on [...]
North Sea cod has been certified as sustainable after stocks recover from the brink of near collapse
The creation of a fish reserve in northern Mozambique has brought tremendous benefits to both marine life and the local community
Fish stocks and fish diversity are increasing in some English rivers following the work of community groups
Proposed fishing policy protecting endangered stocks and banning discards and has been given the majority vote by MEPs
MEPs have banned wasteful practices to try to make EU fishing more sustainable. But it's not just policymakers who can have an impact, argues the Marine Conservation Society. Bernadette Clarke [...]
Record numbers of salmon and sea trout are being found in iconic English rivers, say the Environment Agency, which has announced that river water quality in England has improved for the 20th [...]
Creating beautiful ecological art in the world's largest gallery, Jason deCaires Taylor's subaqueous sculptures have a life of their own
A new report by Sustain: Edible Cities, looks at examples of urbanagriculture projects in US cities and identifies opportunities that others could be adopting.
The Coral Reef Alliance, CORAL, is a member-supported, non-profit organisation, dedicated to keeping reefs alive.