Researchers wanted to explore how scientists and big companies could work together to benefit ocean life and the seafood trade.
Researchers conducted a study in six different countries to find out if providing extremely poor people with livelihoods and food support could enable them to escape extreme poverty.
Scientists propose three simple rules for minimizing the impact of fishing on fish populations.
Fisheries scientists collected data from all over the world from the past 60 years and estimated how much fish people have caught. The results were unexpected!
Researchers map out the spawning grounds of fish along the East Coast of the US in order to manage those fisheries sustainably.
Researchers developed an economics formula to value natural resources and ecosystem services. A case study about underground water in Kansas.
Scientists determine which parts of the world are most at risk for losing their forests and wildlife due to palm oil plantations.