'There's No Fish to Catch': Global Warming Upends Traditional Livelihoods in Sri Lanka
Two separate studies highlight Sri Lanka's increased risk to changing weather patterns that are driving extensive changes in both living standards and livelihoods.
Illegal Fishing Persists in Honduran Shark Sanctuaries
A conversation with marine biologist Gabriela Ochoa about th eimpacts of shark fishing in the La Mosquita region.
Shrinking Seasonal Ice in the Bering Sea Threatens Local Livelihoods
Recent storms have destroyed the progress made in ice formation endangering coastal habitats and fishing practices.
How Shark Trackers Uncovered Illegal Fishing in the Indian Ocean
The data suggests that the removal of reef fish in the British Indian Ocean Territory has increased since 2013, and that sharks are being deliberately targeted.
A Coalition of Global Participants Pledge to Protect Five Million Square Miles of Ocean
The Our Ocean Conference generated 287 pledges in bilateral and multilateral agreements between governments, the private sector, civil society organizations, and philanthropic foundations that are valued at more than $10 billion.
Are Wealthy Nations Hoarding the World's Fish Supply?
A recent paper found that rich nations are catching the vast majority of fish, even in the waters of lower-income countries, but doubts about the study's conclusions remain.
The Environmental Hazards of Intensive Shrimp Farming on the Mekong Delta
Vietnam either has to change the way it approaches shrimp farming or face the loss of hundreds of hectares of land.
How an Innovative Night Imaging System Could Help Curb Illegal Fishing
Global Fishing Watch, a non-profit group, is using new technology to fill in a major gap in its monitoring data.
How Climate Change Disproportionately Harms Senegalese Women
Warming oceans and rising sea levels are harming fish stocks in the west African country, the effects of which are mostly felt by the region's women.
The Larger Implications of a Supreme Court Case About Indigenous Fishing Rights
One case about replacing culverts in Washington state could end up influencing larger decisions about native rights in places like Bears Ears and Standing Rock.
Overfishing of Krill Is Disrupting Antarctic Food Chains
Commercial fishing for the tiny crustacean has increased in recent years to supply growing demand for nutritional supplements.
Inside the Fight Over Pipelines in Louisiana's Atchafalaya Basin
Anti-pipeline activists find themselves in league with the swamp's Cajun crawfishers as they work to thwart projects by the same company that built the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Viewfinder: Fishermen Row Through Heavy Snowfall in Albania
Fishermen row through heavy snowfall as they return to the shores of Lake Ohrid in Pogradec, Albania, on February 27th, 2018.
Ending the Ecologically Harmful Capture of Tropical Fish
Experts are hoping that new captive breeding programs, replacing harmful fishing practices, could help prevent future harm to coral reef ecosystems.
How Tracking Technology Is Being Used for Shark Conservation
Environmental groups are following the movements of fishing vessels and sharks to decrease the unintentional killings of the marine predators by fishnets.