“They’re incredibly cute little animals and are really more like a gecko walking around than a shark.”
Sewage is spilling into the ocean off the coast of Maui and killing coral reefs.
Marine heatwaves present “a distinct biological phenomenon” from bleaching events, and could threaten the livelihoods of half a billion people.
The Australian Government is thrilled. Scientists aren't so sure.
The ship wiped out about two football fields worth of coral.
A few elections ago, Australia was talking about carbon pricing schemes and solar subsidies. We've gone backwards, but there's a way to get moving.
Melbourne-based scientists have identified stress-resistant corals that could be potentially bred and moved into areas affected by bleaching.
Coral die offs have become all too common. As Dr. Tyrone Ridgway explained, "There's been bleaching in Hawaii this year, Caledonia, and now Australia."
By 2030, NYC can have $1 Blue Points all year long.
Over the last half-century, Australia has been pretty garbage to the Reef. But it turns out it's been a better pal to us, than we've been to it.
The sickeningly sweet, pre-mixed concoctions were everywhere come the turn of the millennium, but today’s teenage drinkers are immune to the allure of the alcopop.
Australia will leave the World Heritage Committee Meeting today with a few lessons on the Great Barrier Reef. Only one should have been emphasized, and that's about mining.