Scientists develop research to curb overfishing in Hawaiian Islands.
A tidal wave of technology, from satellite imagery to machine learning, is revolutionizing ocean conservation.
In this series of photos, Human Nature looks at one community’s efforts to rebuild what has been lost.
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.
For a decade, CI Indonesia has been working in the Kaimana region to restore the health of the ocean and the well-being of the community.
For Edgardo Ochoa, CI’s marine safety officer, the majesty of scuba diving is all in the details.
Scientists, businesses and governments are coming together for a common goal: to make all tuna fully traceable by 2020.
When you buy seafood, your purchase affects fishers, businesses — even the health of the ocean.
Recently, the spiny lobster was nearly wiped out from the Galápagos — a disappearance that could have spelled disaster for the island’s fragile ecosystems.
A new study in Science on climate change’s effect on mass species migration reveals the impact on humans will be monumental.