A new study is calling on the world's sailors to help map the oceans' phytoplankton.
Researchers from the Plymouth University's Marine Institute have developed an app for people to submit readings from Secchi disks - a method used since 1865 to measure the abundance of phytoplankton.
The team hopes the data will help them understand what is happening beneath the waves.
Restoring Rapa Nui – Cousteau Society and the government of Chile rise to the challenge!
The Cousteau Society, the Governement of Chile and the Rapa Nui representatives signed a historic agreement on April 16, to reforest the eroded lands of Easter Island.
On this page, follow the progress of the project, the fund-raising campaign informations, as well as general informations about Easter Island, the Rapa Nui culture and natural environment. You will also find images, video and stories about the Cousteau expedtion on Easter Island in 1978.