August 17, 2019:
Halifax-based scuba diver Lloyd Bond says in the last three years he's seen increasing numbers of butterfly fish, seahorses, cornet fish, trigger fish, puffer fish, and many other species not native to Canadian waters.
August 16, 2019:
The Ocean Cleanup isn't giving up. Its inventor thinks an overtopping issue may be the last one to solve, and an upcoming modification brings the effort closer than ever to cleaning up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
August 14, 2019:
Fish stocks are stable and reef health improving, in part thanks to Belize’s substantial ‘no-take’ zones. Now greater legislation is needed to secure progressAcross the turquoise water by the mangrove, forest ranger Allan Halliday spots a fishing skiff. “We’re going over to say hello,” he says, before ab...
August 13, 2019:
A design driven, sustainable luxury brand always ready for adventure - Solgaard enhances life on-the-go with premium gear for global citizens, while making a positive impact on the planet. Founded in 2016 by Canadian-Norwegian entrepreneur, Adrian Solgaard
August 8, 2019:
Columbus is Georgia’s second largest city but is on par with the history, culture, architecture and dining experiences of Atlanta. But this cool little city on the banks of the Chattahoochee River comes without the traffic, congestion and noise of its big city cousin.
August 1, 2019:
An Iowa seminary student honeymooning in Florida drowned when he was swept out to sea on his first time in the ocean, officials said. St. Johns County Sheriff's Office said Dalton Cottrell, 22, drowned while swimming Tuesday at Crescent Beach, CBS affiliate WJAX-TV reports.
July 31, 2019:
Ghost gear is scary. It entangles fish and other aquatic creatures. A global initiative is working to help stop it, and the effort's lead agency recently collected a number of graphic photos that bring the severity of the issue to light.