by Natasha Geiling Oct 28, 2015
Ten years after ocean acidification nearly broke the Pacific shellfish industry, the region is leading the world in both science and policy. What can we learn from Washington's success story?
by Ryan Koronowski Oct 16, 2015
If humans continue spewing carbon pollution into the atmosphere, the oceans are going to get a lot simpler -- meaning fewer species and biodiversity.
by Jess Colarossi Sep 18, 2015
Within a single generation, human activity has severely damaged almost every aspect of our global oceans.
by Joe Romm Aug 11, 2015
A new study finds there is no "deus ex machina" way to prevent a catastrophic collapse of ocean life for centuries if not millennia -- if we don't start slashing carbon pollution ASAP.
by Joe Romm May 12, 2015
The oceans are now acidifying faster than any time in the last 300 million years.
by Katie Valentine Apr 23, 2015
According to the report, if the oceans were a country, they would be the world's seventh-largest economy in terms of Gross Domestic Product.
by Emily Atkin Mar 24, 2015
But will the plan be enough?
by Katie Valentine Feb 6, 2015
Climate change and ocean acidification pose a grave risk to Maine's lucrative lobster industry.
by Joe Romm Jan 6, 2015
What is the next step for a science-denying former politician? Launch a new business venture that will be utterly destroyed by human-caused climate in the coming decades.
by Katie Valentine Dec 10, 2014
Climate change took a toll on creatures across the animal kingdom this year.