COUSTEAU’s choices rewarded
COUSTEAU is proud to have contributed to the recent inscription on UNESCO’s World Heritage List of a large area which includes two outstanding ...READ MORE
Whale and winghead sharks move step closer to extinction
The two predatory species are added to IUCN Red Listof endangered species as pressure from fishing sees their populations fall by half in the last 75 ...READ MORE
Ozone hole starting to heal ?
Researchers have found the first clear evidence that the hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica is starting to heal. The scientists said that in ...READ MORE
Pollutants now found in Earth’s deepest oceanic ...
« We often think deep-sea trenches are remote and pristine, untouched by humans.* » But they are not. As demonstrated by researchers from the ...READ MORE
Great danger for the barrier reef
Australia’s natural wonder – the Great Barrier Reef – is in mortal danger. Bleaching caused by climate change has been worsen by a strong El ...READ MORE
At the heart of Calypso, part 1
Meetings have taken place in order to establish the different stages of Calypso’s restoration.At this stage experts of different nationalities ( ...READ MORE
Sounds of the Silent World exhibit
June 8th is World Oceans Day! View our exhibit “Sounds of the Ocean” at UNESCO from June 8-10! And join us for the inauguration on Wednesday 8th ...READ MORE
Calypso transfer as seen by the Captain
Thank you Captain Geert de Boer for sending us this lovely video of the Calypso being transferred from Concarneau, France to Istanbul, Turkey aboard ...READ MORE