Population numbers for the majority of marine wildlife species have declined by half since 1970, with many species down as much as 75 percent.
Getting rid of plastic waste across the board is unrealistic, but learning how to use less plastic overall — and recycle the rest — may be our best hope.
Strawless in Seattle: the average American uses 38,000+ straws over a lifetime without thinking about the implications of all this plastic going to waste.
Scientists credit human-induced global warming with causing many wildlife species to become scrawnier with each successive generation…
A new study shows that the 29 coral reefs designated as World Heritage Sites will cease to exist by 2100 unless something is done about climate change.
Group calls for volunteers to join the campaign to help patrol beaches in order to protect nesting turtles, their eggs & hatchlings… Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (Sea Shepherd) announces sea turtle defense campaign Operation Jairo, to take place this summer in three regions critical to nesting sea turtles and their hatchlings – southeastern Florida, Honduras and […]
Curious Critters: Marine is the latest release showcasing the award-winning photography and writing of Ohio-based David FitzSimmons. The book features FitzSimmons’ stunning portraits of 20 of North America’s most incredible marine animals, including a black sea bass, a giant Pacific octopus, a roseate spoonbill, and a one-in-a-million blue lobster, among other creatures found along the coasts of the United […]