As an apex predator, the decline in sharks due to overfishing and climate change has massive ramifications for marine ecosystems.
This melting—driven by climate change—is the number two driver of global sea level rise, it harms nearby corals and shellfish, and more.
Due to fishing for traditional medicine, curios, and aquariums, the ocean’s superdad is under threat, and climate change can worsen it.
One man's environmental hazard was another fish's paradise in Oahu.
The airline aims to help wild salmon traverse hydroelectric dams as they swim upstream.
Jellyfish population dynamics are nuanced, but if jellyfish populations increase, many industries and ecosystems would feel a sting.
These special coastal trees provide fish nurseries, a buffer from storms, and a carbon sink that stores away 10% of current global emissions.