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SHEBA has begun work on the world's largest coral restoration program, which aims to restore more than 185,000 square meters of coral reefs around the world by 2029.
Dugongs - where can you dive with them and why aren't there more of them? Said to have inspired tales of mermaids, they can eat as much as 40 kg (88 lb) of seagrass a day, leaving distinctive troughs.
Wildlife tourism including white shark cage-diving is growing in popularity, but these industries remain highly contentious amongst divers, conservationists and scientists alike. New tool helps judge the impact.
March is a great month for shark diving, both in the northern and southern hemisphere.The Ningaloo Reef UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Western Australia,...
Nudging visiting divers towards environmentally friendly behaviour works
Diving with Oceanic Whitetips The glorious oceanic whitetip sharks spend a lot of time in shallow water, tend to swim slowly and are...
Fighting the ever growing problem of ocean trash through beach cleanups and underwater gill net removals, saving thousands of marine lives that would have otherwise perished is being hampered by COVID-19 - can you help?
Countries around the world are easing their covid-19 lockdowns. Which areas will soon be open for divers?
A new photography contest has launched celebrating marine biodiversity in honour of World Environment Day and World Oceans Day.Launched by social enterprise Positive Travel...
Diving island destinations are imposing new regulations on travellers entering their countries who have visited anywhere else with incidents in the last fortnight.