The BBC’s new documentary is a great opportunity to challenge our current economic system.
The science is clear but to improve plastic literacy, we need the arts. Here’s why.
We should look instead at the successful fight to save the ozone layer.
Blue Planet II reveals what fantastic predators they are.
The impact of plastic on the ocean is heartbreaking but the science must be watertight to convince everyone that we need to change.
It is estimated that 75% of the world’s coral reefs are already threatened.
It seems almost inevitable that deep sea mining will open a new and substantial chapter of humanity’s relationship with the oceans.
Few fish can survive in these freezing waters, so invertebrates are the dominant predators.
A new way to think about this common statement.
Besides wondrous creatures, new discoveries and spectacular filming, Sir David Attenborough’s follow up to The Blue Planet comes with a stark warning about the future