Can we bury our CO2 problem at the bottom of the ocean?
Giant patches of plastic floating in the ocean have become home to an experiment in a new hybrid ecosystem, made up of stowaway species from coastal environments and organisms that dwell in the middle of the Pacific. Meet the "neopelagic" world.
A research team calculated how strategically-planted beds of seaweed could help to clean up one of the world’s most polluted coastal environments, the Gulf of Mexico
Wind parks could benefit the natural world—in ways beyond the generation of zero-carbon energy.
Sunken ships creates obstacles for bottom-trawling, creating a refuge for marine creatures.