Nations must work with their neighbours to manage and protect species and human rights. An international environmental deal called the Escazú Agreement shows what’s possible.
Traditional ecological and cultural wisdom was embraced and valued, enhancing Western scientific knowledge of a beautiful, fragile marine area.
In Lough Hyne’s shallows, animals and plants thrive that would otherwise be found in the ocean’s depths.
In the design of marine protected areas, new research suggests that it might be better to start small in order to gain local trust and support that leads to larger long-term benefits.
Earth-orbiting satellites and AI tools can track fishing vessels around the world.