To feed a growing population without further depleting our oceans, farmed seafood will be crucial.
OHI scientists — including several from Conservation International, the index’s co-developer — are using open science to do “better science in less time.”
While global ocean health may be suffering, these examples show that improvements are possible, country by country.
The Ocean Health Index can accurately isolate the ocean’s ills — and even help prescribe a cure.
In build-up to Paris meeting, nearly 75% of the Earth’s surface is being left off the agenda: the ocean.
Our oceans are in trouble — but new developments show there are signs of hope if we act soon.
Progress on high-seas conservation reflects a growing awareness that our oceans underpin human well-being.
The impacts of these individual achievements have been enormous. Still more important are the trends they represent.
We have to tread cautiously in this forbidding but fragile region.
Many attendees of the Global Oceans Action Summit are taking key steps to protect the largest place on Earth.