Coral Reef Art on the Great Barrier Reef

Coral Reef Art on the Great Barrier Reef

The coral reef ecosystem is a work of art, created by the most prolific of artists–this planet. Florescent animals create stacking, branching, ecosystems in vivid purples, yellows, pinks, blues, greens, even a fiery red. There is so much diversity of aquatic...
Ocean Activism: Our Kids Are Leading the Way

Ocean Activism: Our Kids Are Leading the Way

I believe that like most parents there are times when we ask ourselves “what kind of world are we leaving for our children?” We have two girls, ages twelve and fourteen and we do everything we can to protect them and prepare them for the future. Unfortunately, that...
Blue Mind 8

Blue Mind 8

On October 4th a group of practitioners, researchers, educators, scientists, artists and all round water advocates came together in Miami and around the globe (real and virtual space) for the 8th Annual Blue Mind Summit hosted by Wallace J Nichols author of Blue Mind...
Saving Whales with Satellites

Saving Whales with Satellites

Cetaceans are hard to keep track of. It’s ironic the largest animals in the world are so difficult to follow, but studying and protecting 90-plus species in 1.39 billion cubic kilometers of ocean is a continuing challenge. Which brings up the possibility of saving...
Marine Citizen Science Fills the Gap in Scuba

Marine Citizen Science Fills the Gap in Scuba

As recreational diving has been around since the 1940s, scuba diving is in constant evolution. Technology and globalization have made it easier for scuba divers to refine their interests in the underwater world, and to do so more safely than ever before. However, the...