State of the Oceans — Log 11

State of the Oceans — Log 11

A giant iceberg breaks off from Antarctica, scientists create a ‘mother’ robot to seed baby corals and what are sperm whales up to in the Arctic?

State of the Oceans — Log 10

State of the Oceans — Log 10

The French Navy teams up with seabirds to fight illegal fishing, ocean warming is worse than we thought and Palau bans reef-killing sunscreen.

State of the Oceans — Log 9

State of the Oceans — Log 9

A crucial Antarctic meeting begins, scientists find plastic in our poop, the EU moves to ban single-use plastic and researchers reveal the longest-living animal on Earth. Hint: it lives in the ocean.

Parley SnotBot diary: Gabon

Parley SnotBot diary: Gabon

Parley SnotBot travelled to the west coast of Africa to study whales, but ended up uncovering illegal mining and logging operations too.

State of the Oceans — Log 8

State of the Oceans — Log 8

Microplastics in table salt, dissolving sea shells, investigations into recycling fraud and new measures to protect sea life from plastic.

State of the Oceans — Log 7

State of the Oceans — Log 7

An urgent warning on climate change, scientists discover a ‘lost world’ in the ocean off Tasmania and why we all need to eat less meat.

Dominican Republic National Cleanup Day

Dominican Republic National Cleanup Day

More than 46,096 volunteers intervene at over 200 beaches across the Dominican Republic to commemorate International Cleanup Day with a national day of action.

State of the Oceans — Log 6

State of the Oceans — Log 6

In a huge victory for Arctic marine ecosystems, nine nations as well as the EU and Inuit groups have come together to sign a legally binding international accord that will protect nearly three million square kilometers of the Arctic Ocean.

ART FOR A HEALTHY PLANET

ART FOR A HEALTHY PLANET

Parley collaborates with ART 2030 to bring together artists, designers and scientists for a conversation at world-renowned Pace Gallery in New York City.

Science vs Plastic

Science vs Plastic

In the first in our new series, oceanographer Sarah-Jeanne Royer investigates the growing problem of massive fishing nets washing ashore on Hawaiin reefs and beaches.

Parley Chile: Rapa Nui

Parley Chile: Rapa Nui

More than 60 volunteers recently joined Parley to intercept marine debris on the remote shores of Rapa Nui – also known as Easter Island.