Three billion people rely on seafood as their chief source of protein. To feed a growing population without further depleting our oceans, farmed seafood will be crucial.
Scientists, businesses and governments are coming together for a common goal: to make all tuna fully traceable by 2020.
A new study in Science on climate change’s effect on mass species migration reveals the impact on humans will be monumental.
Fish aggregating devices are helping industrial fishers take an unexpected toll on bigeye tuna populations.
Satellite and ship-tracking technology bring good news for a California-sized swath of ocean.
If rising seas submerge an island nation, would it still control its rich waters?
In the Cook Islands, overfishing by commercial vessels has damaged the livelihoods of artisanal fishermen.
Marine species play innumerable roles that underpin our welfare. Here are a few that might surprise you.
CI-Samoa’s Schannel van Dijken continues his journey across the Pacific with a stop at Cocos Island.
The decline of global fisheries such as bluefin tuna, the unsustainable “race for fish”, and livelihoods of subsistence fishers were