Fifty Shades of Blue, A Valentine From The Deep

Fifty Shades of Blue, A Valentine From The Deep

Happy Valentine’s Day to all Ocean Lovers. Have we got some risque stories for you, care of our friends from the deep! First, the cute stuff. The racy comes later! Make sure to read to the end. The Ocean Conservancy celebrates this day by highlighting some very...
Polluting Plastics Ban, Good News from Davos

Polluting Plastics Ban, Good News from Davos

A new report released by the New Plastics Economy Initiative at the World Economic Forum in Davos last month, recommends replacing commonly used plastics like polystyrene (PS), polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and expanded polystyrene (EPS) with less harmful alternatives....
Resilient Marine Ecosystems – Hope Spots

Resilient Marine Ecosystems – Hope Spots

We are all aware of the massive, negative affects that global warming and climate change are wreaking on our Ocean Environment. Coral Bleaching events like the massive loss of coral reefs on the Great Barrier Reef in 2016 (see 2016 the Hottest Year in Recorded...
Marine Migrations Magnified by Ocean Warming

Marine Migrations Magnified by Ocean Warming

We have become aware of the many changes that are occurring in our oceans because of rising temperatures; coral bleaching, increased acidification affecting shellfish, and lethal toxins that can be found in shellfish in warmer waters. However what fishermen have been...