What do Sharks and Cancer have in common?

What do Sharks and Cancer have in common?

Sharks have been swimming our oceans for hundreds of millions of years. However, over the last several decades we have witnessed populations of sharks plummet worldwide. The most obvious and publicized reason has been shark finning. This practice of butchering sharks...
Daniel Ponce-Taylor: Tourism as a Tool for Change

Daniel Ponce-Taylor: Tourism as a Tool for Change

“It doesn’t matter what the definition [of voluntourism] is…it matters what’s happening on the ground.” -Daniel Ponce-Taylor, 2016 Blue Ocean Summit. Born on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in Valencia, Daniel moved to the Balearic Island of Mallorca a few...
Coral Gardening: Viability and Necessity!

Coral Gardening: Viability and Necessity!

Not long ago, the idea of growing coral reefs was considered a “fringe” idea, not practical. But now we realize that coral gardening is both viable and necessary for rehabilitating our coral reef ecosystems and to repair the damage caused by extraordinary heat events...
Tips On How You Can Be A Reef-Friendly Traveler

Tips On How You Can Be A Reef-Friendly Traveler

Remember that first experience of snorkeling through warm, crystal clean water and looking down into a world of vibrantly colored corals and endless marine life. That’s what hooked me decades ago. Today our coral reefs are threatened as never before. However, by...