Supertankers drafted in to store glut of crude oil

Giant oil tankers are being used to hold record amounts of crude at sea due to…

Scottish fishermen turn to food banks as Covid-19 devastates industry

Scottish fishermen are turning to food banks and welfare organisations, as the coronavirus crisis has led…

Floating offshore wind turbines are coming

There are plans for a whole fleet of gigantic floating wind turbines in the sea about…

Frozen sharks found in Chinese ship within shark sanctuary

A shark protection group in Tahiti has written an open letter to the French Polynesian government…

Supertrawlers target UK waters as the fishing industry struggles with Coronavirus

Five supertrawlers are fishing British waters despite the coronavirus lockdown, threatening a UK industry already struggling…

Greenpeace wins legal challenge

The Government admits that it acted unlawfully in granting BP’s permit to drill for new oil…

Race to exploit the world’s seabed set to wreak havoc on marine life

The scaly-foot snail is one of Earth’s strangest creatures. It lives more than 2,300 metres below…

The deadly ‘ghost gear’ which haunts seas and coastlines

More than half a million tonnes of fishing gear is estimated to be lost or abandoned…

Mozambique’s fishermen point to China as fish stocks dwindle

Luis Domingo, a fisherman in Beira, Mozambique, is following the trade that has sustained his family…

$5bn fund unveiled for climate-friendly shipping

A group of ship owners have announced plans for a $5bn (£3.8bn) fund to design zero-emissions…