Carbon capture and storage is far from perfect, but if used right, it may be able to play an important role in combatting climate change.
This melting—driven by climate change—is the number two driver of global sea level rise, it harms nearby corals and shellfish, and more.
As an apex predator, the decline in sharks due to overfishing and climate change has massive ramifications for marine ecosystems.
A relative of the manatee, dugongs are listed as vulnerable by the IUCN. Could climate change and commercial fishing help explain why?
Plastic straws are not a big threat to sea turtles, but climate change, commercial fishing, and poaching certainly pose major challenges.
Jellyfish population dynamics are nuanced, but if jellyfish populations increase, many industries and ecosystems would feel a sting.
How do we protect this 56 billion dollar Natural Wonder of the World from climate change, coastal development, and invasive species?
This temporary process could protect the reef from further bleaching, so it's no wonder scientists are already on cloud nine!