Back in 2009, scientists posed that we should start freezing corals in liquid nitrogen when it became clear that corals are going through extreme difficulties with pollution, the chance in the ocean's pH balance, and
A ship carrying coal has run aground in a marine sanctuary in the southern Philippines, destroying a large section of the protected reef in the process. The ship is still stranded on damaged reefs in Sarangani Bay.
The first ever San Francisco Green Film Festival launched this past weekend and while the crowd was as small as one might expect for a brand new niche film event, the quality of the films presented were of
Things can look pretty grim these days. But to lose touch with wonder, with the mysterious perfection of what's all around us--then we're really in trouble. The newest book from ecologist Carl Safina, The View From Lazy Point: A Natural Year in an
Right about now, winter is getting a little old -- especially for residents of the Northeast U.S. and Western Europe who've been pounded with snow, slammed by wind, and chilled with freezing temperatures for more than
Baby fish are getting the short end of the stick with warmer ocean temperatures, and populations of coral reef fish species could see a significant decline. A team of biologists looking at the arrival of