State of the Oceans — SPECIAL

State of the Oceans — SPECIAL

The last seven days have brought unprecedented news and action on plastic pollution, so we've dedicated this week's update exclusively to the issue.

Nature — Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial

Nature — Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial

Parley is proud to be included in an expansive, future-oriented display of creative collaboration on view at Cooper Hewitt and the Cube design museum.

The Network: Greg Long

The Network: Greg Long

Growing up in a state park on the coast of Southern California, Greg fell in love with the ocean as a kid and caught his first wave at age five.

State of the Oceans — Special

State of the Oceans — Special

A new UN report warns that 1 million species are at risk of extinction. In this special edition of State of the Oceans, we unpack the findings and look at solutions.

The Network: Sylvia Earle

The Network: Sylvia Earle

“The next 10 years will shape the next 10,000 years. What we do or what we fail to do will make the difference.”

State of the Oceans — Log 33

State of the Oceans — Log 33

Seaweed capsules, a styrofoam ban in Maine, sunscreen vs coral, rising water bottle sales and new protections for Canada’s marine environment.

State of the Oceans — Log 32

State of the Oceans — Log 32

Researchers start tracking plastic in the Indian Ocean, a tribe on the US west coast is feeding starving orca whales and the Greenland Ice Sheet is breaking up.

For the Penguins

For the Penguins

To honor World Penguin Day, we’ve rounded up some things you should know about our feathered friends in the Southern Hemisphere.

In Praise of the Humpback

In Praise of the Humpback

Parley collaborates with the MIT Wind Ensemble for an improvisational arrangement of students in concert with humpback whales.

Corona x Parley: The Fish

Corona x Parley: The Fish

In honor of Earth Day, Corona x Parley joined forces with PES to illustrate the dangers of marine plastic pollution on marine wildlife.

State of the Oceans — Log 31

State of the Oceans — Log 31

Climate change is affecting sea turtles, microplastics are airborne, North Atlantic right whales are breeding and scientists want to protect 30% of the oceans.

Science vs Plastic: Detecting the threat

Science vs Plastic: Detecting the threat

Dr. Sarah-Jeanne Royer explains how researchers use infrared spectroscopy to identify different types of plastic and work out where it's coming from.

State of the Oceans — Log 30

State of the Oceans — Log 30

Researchers have discovered two new species of cold-water coral, and supermarkets are experimenting with banana-leaf packaging.

State of the Oceans — Log 29

State of the Oceans — Log 29

The restoration of forests and coasts can tackle climate change and the mass extinction of species, say campaigners.