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Ocean explores the themes of pollution and marine life, the blue economy, sustainable fishing, aquaculture, climate change, ocean energy and more.
We also look at the policies and projects designed to protect our seas.
As part of our Euronews' Green Tomorrow initiative, Ocean has been investigating new methods to combat the scourge of marine plastic litter which, if left unchecked, could mean more plastic waste than fish in our oceans in three decades' time.
Eight million tonnes of plastic enters out oceans every year, damaging and degrading ecosystems - and entering the human food chain. What can be done about it?
Almost twice as many natural disasters have been reported in the last two decades compared to the preceding 20 years, with the climate emergency the main cause of this rise, according to the UN.
Ocean explores Europe's growing seaweed sector meeting the farmers trying to put the industry on a more sustainable footing.
Europe's fishing industry has been badly hit by the coronavirus. In this episode of Ocean Euronews' Denis Loctier meets French fisherman trying to survive the crisis and explores how Europe is supporting the battered sector.
One million land and marine species may become extinct, many within decades. What could Europe do to preserve and restore its marine biodiversity?
Can you build a wind turbine in the same spot as a fish farm, and how do you make sure whale watchers and fishermen don’t clash at sea? It's all about maps.
For generations fishing has been a respected trade and a traditional way of life for many families across Europe. But today, the number of local fishers is dwindling.
Seychelles and other small island states are at the forefront of climate change. With increasingly destructive hurricanes and floods, rising sea levels and dying coral reefs, how can island societies survive the climate impact?
EU sponsors clean-up operations, but a change in mentalities is the key to success
Climate change is making Arctic waters more accessible to vessels, raising the controversial prospect of industrial-scale fishing. Here's how world countries came together to protect the fragile Arctic ecosystem - for now.
Women play a key role in fishing and aquaculture, but often their work remains unrecognised and underpaid
In less than 20 years, an Italian coastal area has transformed itself from a lawless wasteland into an international success story.
Small scale fisheries in Denmark are thriving after being threatened out of existence over the past decade.
In this episode of Ocean, Denis Loctier travels to the west coast of France and northern Scotland to see what Europe is doing to tap into the immense power of the sea.
In this episode of Ocean, Euronews' Denis Loctier explores how farmed fish could offer a more sustainable future.
As part of an episode on how fish farming could offer the world a more sustainable future, the Euronews Ocean team shot a 360 video at fish farm Aquanaria.
The measures Thailand has now adopted to satisfy the EU range from new rules to vessel monitoring systems and a satellite-based system of tracking the movements of fishing boats.
Thailand has begun intercepting and inspecting fishing boats far out at sea this year, one of many new measures to curb its dangerously high levels of overfishing.
Why did it take 3.5 years for Thailand to get rid of the EU’s illegal fishing 'yellow card'?