At current rates, sea-level rise will either submerge or make unlivable a host of islands within a century, maybe sooner — presenting a humanitarian crisis for vulnerable populations.
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In order to conserve these extraordinary species, we need to start thinking and acting beyond the boundaries on our maps.
Ocean scientist Greg Stone takes us 18,000 feet under the sea.
CI’s Greg Stone gives a firsthand account of storm damage in the island nation — and explains why it’s a harbinger of things to come.
We have to tread cautiously in this forbidding but fragile region.
CI’s Greg Stone arrived in style to an important gathering of small island developing states in Samoa.
Sharks don’t recognize country borders. To protect them, we have to do more.
We need to be able to explore, observe and learn about the oceans in their entirety in order to protect and conserve them effectively and to benefit humans.
Mission 31 shows how bold acts of exploration can bring attention to the plight of our oceans.
The proof is in the numbers: Our use of many marine resources is simply unsustainable.