Renowned marine biologist and writer Carl Safina, founder of the Blue Ocean Institute, takes viewers around the globe to bring back good news from the world’s oceans.
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Learn how lionfish are damaging native species in the Caribbean and Atlantic.
The Sacred Island follows Zanzibar villagers who fought a resort to save their reefs.
Carl Safina finds signs the famous codfish of New England just might be coming back.
Learn how Trinidad transformed leatherback turtles from shark bait to tourist attraction.
Examine the Nisqually Indian tribe's major project: restoring the Nisqually River, part 2.
Examine the Nisqually Indian tribe's major project: restoring the Nisqually River.
Shark Reef profiles efforts to protect sharks from the effects of the shark fin trade.
Part II of Carl Safina's fishing trip with the last remaining swordfish harpooners.
Join Carl Safina as he goes to sea with some of the last remaining swordfish harpooners.
Fishermen stop hunting gray whales and develop a lucrative whale-watching co-op.