Tourists spend $25m to swim with sharks

Shark diving tourism is a growing industry estimated to be worth more than $25.5 million annually to regional economies around Australia. A new report has documented […]

Saving reef life in the Maldives

A clownfish breeding centre has been established on Naifaru Island in the Maldives in the Indian Ocean as part of a New Colombo Plan Program at […]

A busy bee behind the lens

They’re small and furry with a sting in their tail but look truly magnificent enlarged by a camera. So much so, dramatic native bee photos by […]

Bluefin tuna survival in the balance

On World Oceans Day, Flinders University marine biologists and other scientists are helping to preserve marine life around the world. One of the research projects is […]

Saskia gets on her soapbox

Conservation and biodiversity student Saskia Gerhardy will represent Flinders at the first World Environment Fair at Adelaide Showground this weekend. In the leadup to World Environment […]