Marine Life

Marine Life

One of the things we’re very excited about is the opportunity to showcase images from the world’s best underwater photographers and filmmakers shot in locations around the world.

We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch—we are going back from whence we came.
John F. Kennedy

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...

Sustainable Seafood, Everything You Need to Know

Sustainable Seafood, Everything You Need to Know

Info to Help You Make Sustainable Seafood Choices One of the most important issues in keeping our Ocean healthy is maintaining fish populations at sustainable levels. Hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on seafood as the main protein in their diet and...

Marine Protected Areas:  Giant Leap for Fish Kind

Marine Protected Areas: Giant Leap for Fish Kind

MPA Expansion Took A Great Leap Forward in 2016 They've been studied for years. And it's been proven that one of the most effective ways to increase fish stocks and stop the downward trajectory of ocean ecosystems is to establish and effectively manage Marine...

Illegal Fishing On the Hook in 2016

Illegal Fishing On the Hook in 2016

A treaty was signed,  new technologies were launched, and economic pressure put into place to fight global illegal fishing in 2016. Illegal, unreported and undocumented (IUU) fishing endangers legitimate fishing industries, undermines responsible fisheries management...

Our Plastic Ocean

Our Plastic Ocean

Our Ocean's Plastic Pollution and what we need to do about it! 2016 was a year in which awareness of the plastic pollution problem exploded around the world. So we needed to do a round-up of all the stories that spotlight the problem as well as those stories that...

Save the Dolphins of Japan

Save the Dolphins of Japan

Dolphins are one of the earth’s most beloved creatures and we have long been enthralled with the intelligence and speed exhibited by these highly social, marine mammals. These animals have amazed humans for millennium and been depicted in the mythology and art of many...

Don’t Miss National Geographic’s “Sea of Hope”

Don’t Miss National Geographic’s “Sea of Hope”

This coming Sunday evening, Jan. 15 at 7pm, ET, we are in for a real treat on the National Geographic Channel, Sea of Hope is a must see event or even better, a must record event, because you will want to see this program again and again. Marine Conservation and...

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