Hunting dolphins is illegal, but that doesn't stop Peru's shark fishermen from slaughtering dolphins to use as bait.
Undercover filming by the UK investigative team Ecostorm has exposed — for the first time — the brutal hunting and killing of dolphins for use as shark bait off Peru's Pacific coast.
PBS NewsHour's Ray Suarez narrates the first of three reports on climate change in the Arctic region, focusing on crabs in Alaska's Bering Sea.
Scientists fear ocean acidification will bring the collapse of Alaska’s iconic crab fishery.
A Washington state family opens an oyster hatchery in Hawaii to escape lethal waters.
Ocean acidification, the lesser-known twin of climate change, threatens to scramble marine life on a scale almost too big to fathom.
The world's roads are still a place of carnage, with hair-raising instances of risky practices, unenforced laws and shoddy data. This quick survey of country facts also shows that progress is real.
Do you love seafood and feel guilty about eating it because you know the oceans are in crisis? Are you maybe a little too lazy or busy to become a hyper-informed eater? Here's a shortcut.
A project run by ExxonMobil to supply China and Japan with liquefied gas for the next 30 years is changing life in Papua New Guinea with wildly inequitable results for local people.
Two years after Exxon Mobil started its multi-billion dollar energy project in Papua New Guinea, some traditional landowners are feeling short-changed.
Exxon Mobil's natural gas project in Papua New Guinea could be a blessing for the economy or a threat to the 60,000 people who can claim "customary ownership" of tribal lands.
Liquified natural gas exploration in Papua New Guinea has led to significant investments by Exxon Mobil, but the costs may outweigh the benefits for the local population.