The sudden arrival of such large quantities of Sargassum creates severe problems for Mexico and the Caribbean countries…
In many communities across America, the idea of water as a fundamental right is laughable.
In the early 1960s, the average person consumed just under 20 pounds of fish per year. Today, that number has risen to over 40 pounds per year.
Better waste management techniques and standards can help reduce the amount of plastic waste in our oceans and reverse environmental damage.
Saving water not only helps out your bank account, it’s also environmentally friendly and lowers the demand on the water supply.
It’s all too easy to forget that freshwater is a finite resource, but we better start paying attention if we want any to be left for our kids and grandkids.
Almost 2 billion people will be living in countries with a water shortage by 2025, but we can avoid this grim future if we change the way we use water.
Could Sustainable Aquaculture Be The Answer To The World’s Growing Hunger Epidemic? Eco-Friendly Fish Farming Full of Potential, Fraught With Risk
Even though sustainable aquaculture is a great idea, it doesn’t come with its risks — and farmers of marine life have to be careful tending to their precious flocks…
Imagine using a thimble to empty a bathtub, with the faucet still running. That’s how experts on ocean plastics pollution generally see schemes focused on extracting the debris from the open ocean instead of strategies to prevent plastic waste from getting there in the first place. Interest in methods to rid the oceans of plastic […]
Ocean acidification is contributing to thinner shells for the world’s shellfish, forecasting future declines.