This summer, CI’s Hawai‘i Fish Trust conducted a series of camps designed to revive local interest in ocean management.
Scientists may be more familiar with the surface of Mars than parts of the ocean floor.
In the Cook Islands, overfishing by commercial vessels has damaged the livelihoods of artisanal fishermen.
We don’t eat our sharks in the Galápagos Islands, though they are — so to speak — our bread and butter.
A local conservationist reflects on what has inspired her career — and the challenges she faces in her work.
Coral reefs today are facing challenges that are completely unprecedented.
CI reports from the International Coral Reef Symposium.
Despite all our technology and science, humans know very little about the world’s largest fish.
Yesterday in Rio, more than 80 participants voiced support for this important initiative.
Forty years after the enactment of important ocean policies, American coastlines are a different place.