‘Climate change could reduce deep sea life by 40%’

The twilight zone is the area under threat, which represents the area spanning from 200m to 1,000m below the surface

Sea surface hits new record temperatures

Last month’s sea surface temperatures was 13.8°C higher than the average across 1981 – 2011

There could be no more mackerel on your plates

This is after overfishing has seen population numbers declining heavily since 2015

Capturing carbon from the air and storing it in the sea?

This technique captures up to three times more carbon than current methods, researchers claim

Should ‘blue’ be the focus over ‘green?’

With oceans making up 71% of the Earth’s surface, should they be where the climate mitigation focus lies?

Oceanic protection agreed after 10-year stalemate

The new treaty has been accepted by many nations to protect 30% of seas by 2030

Glaciers melting quicker than previously thought

Cracks and crevasses are susceptible to changing sea temperatures, scientists find

UN Chief: Rising sea levels could see entire countries disappear

Without action “a mass exodus of entire populations” could be on the cards, Mr Guterres said

Oceans have stored 91% of energy caused by climate change in last 50 years

Last year sea levels and ocean temperatures hit new records, scientists reveal

‘We must revitalise our oceans’ says UN Chief

António Guterres is calling on the world to come together and protect marine wildlife