by Jess Colarossi Sep 18, 2015
Within a single generation, human activity has severely damaged almost every aspect of our global oceans.
by Katie Valentine Sep 10, 2015
Businesses depend on a steady stream of tourists to keep revenues up, and they worry that an oil spill would cause visitors to avoid the Atlantic Coast.
by Samantha Page Aug 28, 2015
The company aiming to buy Hawaii's utilities should probably pay attention to this.
by Katie Valentine Jul 17, 2015
Officials are planning to take aircraft out again Saturday morning to search for evidence of a spill in the ocean, islands, and coastline.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 18, 2015
Scientists are calling the current algal bloom, which stretches from central California to Alaska, "unprecedented."
by Ari Phillips May 19, 2015
Last year California passed a statewide ban on plastic bags. Now the Legislature is considering a ban on microbeads, tiny particles found in many personal care products.
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 Ari Phillips Jan 27, 2015
The proposed opening of federal waters for drilling comes just days after the Obama administration announced plans to protect more than 12 million acres in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
by Ari Phillips Oct 15, 2014
Melting polar and glacial ice and thermally expanding ocean water have accelerated sea level rise to the highest rate in at least 6,000 years according to a new study.
by Jeff Spross Sep 25, 2014
The Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument will be expanded to six times its current size, protecting critical ecosystems southwest of Hawaii.