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Oil Spill
Oil Spill

Indonesia Calls State of Emergency After Giant Oil Spill Catches Fire

An underground pipeline was identified on Wednesday as the source of the spill.
Ankita Rao
4.4.18
illegal fishing
illegal fishing

Why Do Fishing Vessels ‘Go Dark’ In Certain Regions of the Ocean?

A new report by the nonprofit Oceana spotlights weird cases of fishing vessels switching off their public trackers.
Becky Ferreira
3.13.18
Conservation
Conservation

Indonesian Fishers Are Building a DIY Fish Database to Protect Their Industry

Overfishing has threatened to bring local fisheries to a collapse.
Nadiah Rosli
1.16.18
future of food
future of food

I Tried Futuristic Alcohol-Soaked Jellyfish and They’re Not Bad

With a little mayo, they’re pretty tasty.
Louise Matsakis
12.13.17
HOTY2017
HOTY2017

The Marine Biologist Using Big Data to Protect Ocean Wildlife

Douglas McCauley works with tools like Global Fishing Watch to engage the public in the future of the oceans.
Becky Ferreira
12.8.17
Conservation
Conservation

Nearly Half of Canada’s Monitored Wildlife Populations Are In Decline

They include woodland caribou, lake whitefish, and swift fox.
Jacob Dubé
9.14.17
land loss
land loss

Louisiana’s Plan to Punch a Hole in the Mississippi River

To save coastline, the state is attempting the “most important environmental construction project in US history.”
Rosemary Westwood
8.29.17
Hunters FTW
Hunters FTW

That Was Quick: Hunters Stopped a Bill to Privatize Over 3 Million Acres of Public Land

A Republican congressman introduced the bill, then withdrew it in just one week.
Kaleigh Rogers
2.2.17
FOOD
FOOD

Your Tuna Might Not Really Be Tuna

A new study found mislabeling isn’t always a bad thing from a sustainability standpoint, but when it is, it’s really bad.
Kaleigh Rogers
11.16.16
politics
politics

Is Hunting a Constitutional Right? Kansas and Indiana Voters Will Decide

Nineteen other states already have measures like this in their state bills of rights.
Kaleigh Rogers
11.7.16
climate change
climate change

Why Green Crabs Are Invading the East Coast

The gophers of the sea, they dig and dig, destroying eelgrass habitats.
Nathan Baril
8.8.16
Canada
Canada

One-Fifth of the Global Population Risks Malnutrition As Fish Stocks Decline

Scientists identified ‘bright spots’ where, against all odds, fish are thriving.
Kate Lunau
6.15.16