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The best way to protect corals threatened by climate change is to conserve a wide range of their habitats, according to a study in Nature Climate Change. The finding likely applies to conservation efforts for many other species in...
In recent weeks the world has been gripped by the ongoing environmental and humanitarian catastrophe unfolding in Australia. The country has been suffering from devastating bushfires since the tail end of last year which is currently ravaging...
Restoring whale numbers would mean more iron in the water from their poo, which would mean more phytoplankton, and more carbon dioxide taken up from the atmosphere. Whales once contributed to as much carbon removal as forests of entire continents.
It’s the front line of climate change and could hold the key to predicting global sea level rise, but what goes on at the underwater face of Greenland’s glaciers is a mystery to science. 
Liveaboards open up some of the best diving in the world. But at a cost to the environment. Discover how much carbon your liveaboard and flights are emitting and how you could offset it
Corals in the northern Red Sea could hold the secrets for reef survival in warming seas. © 2022 KAUST; Morgan Bennett Smith. Coral reefs underpin the livelihoods of around a...
Conserving  wildlife across the world could significantly enhance natural carbon capture and storage, a new study has found. Published in Nature Climate Change and co-authored by 15 scientists from eight countries, the study examined nine wildlife...
The ocean has warmed by about 1 degree C, increased in salinity and decreased in oxygen. Furthermore, acidity has increased by over 30%.