Vaquita Countdown!!

Vaquita Countdown!!

A last-ditch effort to save the endangered vaquita porpoise is underway. Once considered a farfetched and highly controversial scheme to rescue the world’s most endangered marine mammal, the plan was put into action last week, as a result of the dramatic decline in...
Nekton News: Exploring the Deep Ocean

Nekton News: Exploring the Deep Ocean

“Nekton deploys the latest subsea technologies to explore the deep ocean and accelerate its sustainable goverance.” Find out more in Nekton News: Exploring the Deep Ocean. Latest Updates Learn the results of Nekton’s recent XL Catlin Deep Ocean Survey and what they...
Can Chocolate Covered Insects Save The World?

Can Chocolate Covered Insects Save The World?

Most of us love chocolate and some of us really love chocolate. I like my chocolate with a bit of crunch, maybe an almond or caramel. Perfect! But can chocolate and in particular, chocolate covered insects save the world? Let’s find out! On October 14 you can...
Sustainable & Responsible Tourism on Curaçao

Sustainable & Responsible Tourism on Curaçao

Many tourists who visit Curaçao, travel here to experience the incredible beauty of the Caribbean Sea and the amazing coral reef system, that is a bevy of healthy biodiversity, only seen by scuba diving or snorkeling.  But, like the world over, Curaçao’s coral reefs...
Plastic Pollution is Bad News for Filter Feeders!

Plastic Pollution is Bad News for Filter Feeders!

Elitza Germanoc is a microbiologist turned marine scientist. As a scuba diver she could not help but observe that plastic pollution was seemingly everywhere. This has led to a career in research at the Marine Megafund Foundation and to her project called Microplastics...