A new study shows that a no-fishing zone can lead to the recovery and spillover of migratory species such as bigeye tuna, which proves to be very favourable for the environment and global tuna fishing industry
Yellowfin and bigeye tuna catches rise outside 1.5m sq km marine protected area in Hawaii, proving the value of no-catch zone, researchers say
American Samoa underwater volcano is not like Tonga’s but could still pose danger if its crater collapses and triggers a tsunami, says retired geologist
Hawaii became the first state to require real estate sellers to disclose to potential buyers if their property is threatened by sea-level rise
French Polynesian President’s ocean commitment could benefit offshore fish and the local artisanal fishers. Meanwhile, mayors continue to advocate for creating two large-scale, highly protected MPAs around their archipelago.
Scientific research supported by UNESCO discovered one of the largest rose-shaped coral reefs in the world off the coast of Tahiti.
Wallis and Futuna Environment Service recognised for its work in managing invasive species in their country