The international body has issued a manual for adapting to a warming world.
Once upon a time, a summer spent scooping ice cream could pay for a year of college. Today, the average student's annual tuition is equivalent to 991 hours behind the counter.
Covert cetacean operations have lost their luster since the Cold War.
Seven ways to think about money and the sea
The push to open a gold-and-copper mine in a rich fishing area has split Alaskans along unusual political lines.
A marine biologist discovers the importance of behavioral economics
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The endangered species is a convenient mascot for Putin's Olympics, but the story behind the symbol isn't quite fit for primetime.
Alan Webb's final 1609.34 meters were a tribute to middle-distance runners everywhere.
The founders of the social network talk about its success in 2013 and its goal of making literature a community experience.
The former mayor has invested $53 million to end over-fishing. But reviving the seas could take a multi-billion-dollar effort.
Hong Kong is the latest government to publicly destroy its stockpile of the prized material.
Fake piracy or not, this ship took a detour. Its crew is safe, but its cargo is gone.
A not-so-foolproof way to avoid confusion when ordering coffee: assume an alter ego
The Pacific sardine population is crashing. Meanwhile, thriving anchovies attract a circus of charismatic megafauna.
One brewery is experimenting with a whale of an ale—or technically, an ale of a whale.
Stuck at the South Pole during its coldest, darkest season? Find a sauna, grab some bunny boots, and join the most exclusive club in the world.
Once used for cat food, the endangered fish is now one of the most prized delicacies in the world.
The story of a dead whale, a popular grocer, and an exceedingly dubious connection.
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