Certain species of iguanas, giant turtles, and sea lions only live in the Galapagos islands.
The IMF estimates they're worth $2 million each to the planet.
It's the deepest dive into the state of the world’s waters to date and authored by more than 100 scientists.
Marine heatwaves present “a distinct biological phenomenon” from bleaching events, and could threaten the livelihoods of half a billion people.
“If it does disappear from these shores, it is gone from the planet.”
The island has just one submarine cable that provides internet access for the entire island.
Climate change is changing our wind patterns, which is strengthening waves traveling across the earth's surface.
According to a new study, human activity has caused our global ocean to warm to levels never seen on record.
It’s great that sharks, whales, and sea otters are bouncing back in some marine areas. But it may also increase human-wildlife conflicts.
A new study says we’ve vastly underestimated the amount of heat trapped by Earth’s oceans due to global warming.
According to a new study, ocean acidification is setting off a dangerous feedback loop that’s dissolving the very bottom of the ocean.
It plans to offer an "authentic Titanic experience" and the director of the project is named Clive Mensink.