Fish aggregating devices are helping industrial fishers take an unexpected toll on bigeye tuna populations.
Two new funds announced at the third annual Our Ocean conference in Washington, D.C., aim to advance ocean conservation — by helping to pay for it.
A thousand meters beneath the ocean’s surface, Conservation International scientists encounter rare marine species.
In a historic move, the presidents of Colombia, Costa Rica and Ecuador declared their intention to expand their countries’ commitments to ocean protection.
The regency of Kaimana in eastern Indonesia serves as a role model for sustainable fisheries.
There is no silver bullet for stopping illegal fishing. Fortunately, advances in modern technology hold significant promise.
The revival of traditional fishponds can be good for communities and coral reefs alike.
An inside look into how the world’s “biggest common resource” is managed — or not.
The state’s new goal is an important step toward improving the health of Hawai‘i’s waters.
The latest news on the travels of Indonesia’s tagged whale sharks.