The worst-case scenario in global warming could cause a mass die-off in marine species.
The frequency and intensity of marine heatwaves have been on the increase in Fiji and Samoa.
There are 50,000 wild species used for food, energy and more. The IPBES report lays out how indigenous practices can help to secure the SDGs.
The giant salmon carp was believed extinct in Cambodia before a specimen was caught by a local fisherman.
Restaurant menus across Canada's west coast will soon see an influx of squid and sardine dishes while the popular sockeye salmon makes a slow exit.
As oceans get warmer and marine species move across international borders, fish stocks will face additional pressures.