State of the Oceans — Log 18

State of the Oceans — Log 18

Whale sharks may be partially vegan, the Bahamas’ famous conch shells could soon disappear, and the surprising impact of healthcare on climate.

State of the Oceans — Log 17

State of the Oceans — Log 17

Two miles below the surface of the Pacific Ocean, scientists recently came across something no one has ever seen before.

State of the Oceans — Log 16

State of the Oceans — Log 16

Bali bans single use plastics, South Korea bans bags, Japan withdraws from whaling in the Southern Ocean and the UK’s coastlines are thriving.

Science vs Plastic: Corals

Science vs Plastic: Corals

Researchers at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment have found that corals actually like the taste of plastic particles.

Mapping Coral to Save Reefs

Mapping Coral to Save Reefs

Working at the intersection of art, photography, marine biology and computer science, a non-profit is working to create “open access oceans”.

State of the Oceans — Log 15

State of the Oceans — Log 15

Whales ‘experienced’ the naval battles of WWII, the bottom of the ocean is humming and other mind-blowing news from the deep this week.

The Biofabricators: Algix

The Biofabricators: Algix

Ahead of this year’s Biofabricate summit, we catch up with Algix – pioneers in turning algae blooms into plastic-free alternatives that biodegrade.

State of the Oceans — Log 14

State of the Oceans — Log 14

Over a million golden jellyfish have returned to a lake in Palau, and the Seychelles has expanded a vital marine protected area.

PARLEY GLOBAL CLEANUP NETWORK

PARLEY GLOBAL CLEANUP NETWORK

Every piece of plastic retrieved from the oceans can save a life. With an international network of partners we work to remove plastic debris from coastlines and intercept it in remote areas, where no solid waste management exists. Research, education, and raising awareness are important parts of each cleanup.

The Biofabricators: Mobius

The Biofabricators: Mobius

We catch up with Jeff Beegle of Mobius to find out more about how natural materials and polymers can combine to create plastic alternatives.

Ocean Plastic®

Ocean Plastic®

Our premium, eco-innovative materials set new industry standards and transform products into symbols of change.