Tag: oceans

In Sri Lanka, fishers are being squeezed between economic turmoil and depleted fisheries. Here’s how environmental education could solve that.

Aquaculture often gets a bad rap for its impact on ecosystems and livelihoods. Here’s how it can feed us more sustainably.

The ocean is in trouble – but we can still keep it alive. Here are our top 10 ocean facts to inspire you to do your part.

Historic high seas treaty, 2 billion people without clean water, and what the Silicon Valley Bank collapse means for climate finance

For the fifth time, delegates are gathered at the UN to negotiate a treaty to protect the high seas. Will they succeed this time?

Words and photos from legendary marine biologist Edith Widder.

Our food choices and seafood consumption can play a role in ocean health.

GLF Live with Hidayah Hadid, Andhyta Firselly Utami (Afu) and Frances Camille Rivera.

A Q&A with Mark Drew of the World Wildlife Fund on the outcomes of the Our Ocean conference and its relevance for COP 27.

GLF Live with Dorothée Herr

At COP26, UN Special Envoy for the Ocean Peter Thomson calls for more science on oceans to better conserve their carbon sequestration power.

The number of North Atlantic right whales dying from human-related causes has spiked due to the downstream effects of global warming

Enshrined in myth, the dugong supports fishing industries and carbon stocks – through its ferocious herbivore appetite.

Hear from the Global Landscapes Forum's 6 Restoration Stewards on the most important decade for the planet.

The UN's Second World Ocean Assessment lays out the critical state of the oceans – and how little is known about them and their ecosystems.