Farmed seafood has a bad rap. How do we know what information is true?
Climate change’s effects on the tuna population could change the lives of Pacific Islanders.
Scientists develop research to curb overfishing in Hawaiian Islands.
The EcoGourmet program connects independent fishers to local restaurants.
To celebrate Halloween, Human Nature asked CI staff to describe their most spine-tingling experiences in nature.
A tidal wave of technology, from satellite imagery to machine learning, is revolutionizing ocean conservation.
As the annual Our Ocean conference concludes, here’s a look at five issues that were discussed that will have major implications for the health of the seas.
In Indonesia, scientists give whale sharks “physicals” — measuring, tagging and taking blood samples underwater, in 30 minutes — to assess the health of both the species and the surrounding waters.
For Mauricio Castrejon, fisheries manager for CI’s Americas field division marine program, his ‘aha!’ moment came when the 2007 financial crisis hit the Galápagos Islands.
The Trump Administration’s review has ended with unclear results.