Oceans


Podcast: The challenges faced by small-scale fishers

Podcast: The challenges faced by small-scale fishers

ByGeographical StaffJun 28, 2022
The small-scale fishers that feed coastal communities worldwide face mounting threats, from disputed waters to climate change
Children of the Marquesas Islands are inspiring a new approach to marine conservation

Children of the Marquesas Islands are inspiring a new approach to marine conservation

Photographer Laurent Weyl travels to the Marquesas Islands to meet the children who are leading a new approach in marine conservation
Douglas David Seifert on a lifetime of underwater photography

Douglas David Seifert on a lifetime of underwater photography

ByKatie BurtonJun 17, 2022
Underwater photographer Douglas David Seifert observes the underwater world and captures the wonders of the waves
Iceberg towing: a bizarre ‘solution’ to the freshwater crisis

Iceberg towing: a bizarre ‘solution’ to the freshwater crisis

Welcome to the bizarre world of iceberg towing, where some people are convinced that it could alleviate the world’s freshwater crises
Farming seaweed in UK waters for a sustainable future

Farming seaweed in UK waters for a sustainable future

ByBryony CottamJun 9, 2022
A growing industry is taking sustainable seaweed farming to new depths on a Pembrokeshire farm, using innovative techniques
Conservation success for green turtles in Seychelles

Conservation success for green turtles in Seychelles

ByGeographical StaffMay 16, 2022
Strict conservation measures in the Seychelles have allowed over-fished and endangered green turtles to recover
Podcast: Should we mine the deep sea?

Podcast: Should we mine the deep sea?

ByGeographical StaffFeb 24, 2022
The February edition of The Geographical Podcast is here, and month, we’re venturing to the deepest, darkest places of the ocean
Should we mine the deep-sea floor?

Should we mine the deep-sea floor?

ByKatie BurtonFeb 17, 2022
The ocean floor is rich in metals and minerals crucial to the net zero transition – but should we be mining there before we truly explore?
Ocean blooms: tracking the rise of jellyfish swarms

Ocean blooms: tracking the rise of jellyfish swarms

ByKatie BurtonOct 18, 2019
Many scientists believe that jellyfish numbers are increasing, pointing to their climate resilience and the rise in jellyfish blooms.
How to perfect underwater photography

How to perfect underwater photography

There’s a world of visual wonder beneath the waves, but underwater photography requires the right equipment and knowledge of the environment.
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