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Farming Seaweed for Food, Feed, and Fuel
UN Chief Guterres Calls to Become Ocean Champions
University to tackle climate change with British Virgin Islands
Secret of tropical reef island sea life
Marine Life Thrives in Asia-Pacific Tropical Seas
Far-Off Sources Linked to Plastic Debris on Seychelles Beaches
Most Seychelles Beach Plastic Pollution From Distant Sources: Study
Galapagos Islands Uncover New Tropical Kelp Forest
WEF Launches Metaverse to Tackle Global Issues
UK Bolsters Protection of Vital Marine Habitats
Colombia, UK Renew Climate & Nature Strategic Partnership
Rapid fluctuations in oxygen levels coincided with Earth’s first mass extinction
Fear May Fuel Bias in Environment Research
Uncovering Heatwaves Endangering Coral Reefs
Invasive rats transform reef fish behaviour
Rats Trigger Changes in Reef Fish Behaviour
UC Irvine Scientists: Climate Change Could Cause Disaster in Oceans
100K Tourists to Antarctica: Worry for Ice Damage?
UN/CEFACT Boosts Sustainable Fisheries Support
Council welcomes clear consideration of community for new offshore wind zone
Prešeren dolphin could hold long-distance swimming record
Metabolic Hack Makes Algae Climate-Resilient
New International Biodiversity Agreement Strengthens Climate Action
Deakin’s new centres supercharge environment and sustainability research
Polar Knowledge Canada, Museum of Nature Partner for Arctic Research
Researchers model predicted environmental impacts of increased desalination and climate change
‘Just Transition’ policies needed to create 20 million green jobs: UN report
Nature-based Solutions can generate 20 million new jobs, but ‘just transition’ policies are needed
Impact on oceans, organisms, and society explored from bottom of glaciers
Scientists discover shark graveyard at bottom of ocean
Illegal fishers sentenced in Darwin
Real laboratories for building towards ocean solutions
To save nature, focus on populations, not species
Climate change will cause Pacific’s low-oxygen zone to expand even more by 2100
Heatwaves could reduce survival of coral larvae and connectivity of coral populations in Mediterranean Sea
HKUST to Launch HK’s first Dual Degree in Global Marine Resources Management
Scientists chart course for more sustainable future for UK fisheries
Scientists chart more sustainable future for UK fisheries
Global assessment by HKU Marine Scientists found that Oyster reef restoration rapidly increases marine biodiversity but increased
HKU Scientists discovered southward migration of Arctic Ocean species During Last Glacial Period for first time
Remarks by Vice President Harris aboard Philippine Coast Guard Ship Teresa Magbanua
Vice President Harris Launches Initiative to Support US-Philippines Maritime Cooperation
World Fisheries Day Statement 22 November
Researchers: Rapid fluctuations in oxygen levels coincided with Earth’s first mass extinction
“We won’t let deep sea mining risk ocean”: Greenpeace confronts mining ship
Long-term changes to kelp forests from ‘the blob’
Changing sea floor
Container ship accidents are little understood but emerging threat to marine ecosystems