A Fight for Survival from Wild Shutter Imaging Interested in seeing more of my work? Visit me at: wildshutterimaging.com, facebook.com/wildshutterimaging and wildshutterimaging.wordpress.com. [...]
Infidel Fish-Net Clean-up from ghostfishingorg. Ghost net removal at the well known "Infidel" wreck off Catalina Island, CA. Find out more about ghost fishing at www.ghostfishing.org [...]
illUmiNations: Protecting our Planet #ProjectingChange from Oceanic Preservation Society
"Today, 310,000 people took to the streets of New York City to call for climate action — the largest climate march in history. And on [...]
TEDx talk by Riley Elliott about combining scientific research and media savvy to get the word out about important issues, like shark finning, to [...]
From Carl Sagan to all of us here, on Planet Ocean, the Pale Blue Dot... by carlsagandotcom and The Sagan Series.
"DISRUPTION" - a film by KELLY NYKS & JARED P. SCOTT from Watch Disruption. Join the Peoples Climate March, September 21st @ peoplesclimate.org. [...]
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is looking to create the largest marine preserve in the world by protecting a massive stretch of the Pacific Ocean [...]
There's World Turtle Day (May 23) and then there's World SEA Turtle Day, which is today! Why is June 16th World Sea Turtle Day? It [...]
Happy World Oceans Day 2014! ~ Together we have the power to protect the Ocean and all it's marine life. Support the MarineBio Conservation Society [...]
From our friends at the Gili Shark Foundation: Indonesia is the largest exporter of shark fins in the world. There is no current (or planned) legislation [...]
Ending Overfishing from OCEAN2012 Find out more about Sustainable Fisheries »
Celebrate World Oceans Day 2013 ~ Together we have the power to protect the ocean! Discover 101 ways you can help protect one the most [...]
A must watch for everyone, especially those that believe sharks are mindless eating machines. See more at Joe Romeiro/333 Productions...
The BP oil spill, the largest ever oil spill on open water to date, contributed significantly to the historically high number of dolphin deaths in [...]
By Timothy G. Nelson* This March, a Seattle-based federal judge issued a decision dealing with the continued practice of whaling in Antarctic waters. The court's ruling, [...]