The lives and economies that depend on the oceans, from Mauritius to Alaska
Charlie Veron is 72 and has discovered more than 20% of the world's coral species
Indigenous Sea Rangers work to protect the Queensland coast and the Great Barrier Reef
The Solomon Islands want to grow their economy, and they see tourism as a key
Tourism brings opportunity to the Solomon Islands and the Philippines but at what cost?
The melting ice is changing the sea's composition completely
Deep sea exploration of the Indian Ocean and the people making a living from the sea
The fishing communities living and working along the shores of the Atlantic
'If you look at Iceland, you could say that the ocean is embedded in its DNA'
The wild bluefin tuna is being eaten to extinction. Can Japan afford to keep serving it?
How one company is turning plastic waste into cash for poor communities
Roland Pease asks what damage plastic waste is doing in the oceans
There are only 30 left of the small porpoise found only in the Gulf of California
How did stockfish - cod that is dried in Norway’s cold air - become a Nigerian staple?