Around 8m tonnes of plastic end up in the ocean each year. How can we clean up our seas?
From ‘dancing’ octopuses to hospitable clownfish, the winning images from this year’s Underwater Photographer of the Year awards celebrate the breadth and beauty of aquatic ecosystems
Feeling excluded from traditional routes of marine protection, a new wave of young activists with an entrepreneurial spirit are going it alone and taking the future of the oceans into their own hands
To reignite her creativity, musician Emma Jay Ashton is sailing around the world, recording songs in a mobile studio on her boat
A new database cataloguing sea life, including more than 6,000 previously undiscovered creatures, is now available online
Roger Taylor, PhD, BVSc, proposes that a little-known series of elements has the potential to improve the soil and increase crop yields
August's Green Sundays explores the depths of water - where it comes from, how we use it, ways to conserve it and what is happening with ocean pollution.
Europe's fisheries chief has called for cuts to deep-sea fishing quotas to protect exotic deepwater species with an emphasis that trawling be banned for them from 2010.
SeaChange is Chickenshed's outstanding new production linking children from every continent in a spectacular theatre show.
Recently, Cape Panwa, located on the South eastern tip of Phuket Island in Thailand, held their first beach cleaning day.
Save the Sea are dedicated to supporting true oceanic causes andnon-profit organisations from around the globe, which are committed tohelp raise awareness of the need to protect the oceans.
A giant kite-like sail billowed out in front of the MS Beluga SkySails, as she set out on her maiden voyage from Germany to Venezuela.
Slow Fish 2007, a fair organised by Slow Food, took place in Genoa earlier this year. Held for the third time, this biennial international event is dedicated entirely to the world of fishing.
Brighton & Hove has a long-standing reputation as a place of wellbeing and health, nestled, as it is, between the lush South Downs and the beautiful English coastline.
Last year, Rory Spowers, author of Rising Tides' and founder and editor of The Web of Hope, moved to Galle, in South Western Sri Lanka, to set up home with his wife and two young sons. He [...]