The global water crisis is at an inflection point. How do we price our most valuable resource, while also ensuring access to it as a human right?
Water is fundamental to life, yet it’s also a scarce commodity. In many cases, greed and mismanagement are causing this life-giving essential to run dry. What happens when water is monetized?
Raising awareness and spreading the message is the first step in saving the reefs and our oceans! Share this video will all of your friends, family and followers on social media to help get the word out about this urgent crisis. Learn more about the charities that dedicate their lives to saving coral reefs all over the world at https://savethereef.org
Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom explains how people can use natural resources in a sustainable way based on the diversity that exists in the world.
David Attenborough and four other leading thinkers on ocean conservation are asked how they would invest $1bn to protect the ocean.
We're headed towards a global food crisis. Entrepreneur and conservationist Mike Velings proposes a solution: Aquaculture, or fish farming. "We must start using the ocean as farmers instead of hunters."
The Story of Plastic (Animated Short) pulls back the curtain on the plastic pollution headlines, revealing the true causes and consequences of the global plastics crisis. Watch the full documentary.
There are five gyres in the ocean. The best known of these patches is often called the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch.”
Humans dump more than 80 million tons of plastic into the ocean. This pollution is not only destroying marine life but also poses a serious and deadly threat to the entire ecosystem.