The dark chronicle of a squid jigger and a man trafficked onto it....
Written by: Ian Urbina & Ben Blankenship
Narration by: av Ian Urbina
Videographers: Ben Blankenship, James Glancy, Youenn kerdavid, Will N. Miller, Ed Ou
Produced and edited by: Ben Blankenship
Co-Producers: Raphaela Morais, Adrienne Urbina
2nd editor: Maya Martin
Erlendur Bogason considers Eyafjör∂ur in northern Iceland to be his backyard. He has dived here for over 25 years and has not just become familiar...
Reportage/editing: Helena Fredriksson
Photo: Tobias Dahlin, john Jonsson, Simon Stanford
Since almost four years ago, we have license hunting on gray seals, since two years on harbor seals and protection hunts on ringed seals since...
Reportage: Lena Scherman
Foto: Hans Berggren, Johan Candert/DSR, Alexandre Gobatti/DSR, Kimmo Hagman/DSR,Göran Ehlmé/DSR, Simon Stanford/DSR, Tobias Dahlin/DSR, Ismaele Tortella
Redigering: Alexandre Gobatti
Meet Sylvia Earle, a pioneering oceanographer and unwavering advocate for marine conservation. Her lifelong commitment to exploring and protecting the wonders of the sea serves...
Reportage: Daniel Hager
Photo: Simon Stanford, Johan Candert
Mie's research focuses on the evolutionary and behavioral ecology of marine zooplankton. Despite their microscopic size and remote habitat, Mie aims to enhance our understanding...
Reportage: Simon Stanford
Photo: Simon Stanford, Göran Ehlmé
Editing: Alexandre Gobatti Ramos
Meet Dr. Tessa Hempson, a coral scientist dedicated to exploring and preserving the coral reefs. Tessa strives to raise awareness about marine conservation, emphasizing collective...
reportage/foto: Simon Stanford
Photo: Simon Stanford, Göran Ehlmé, Lars-Öivind Knutsen
Editing: Alexandre Gobatti Ramos
Many of us love the sea, the beach, the water, and swimming in the waves, but there are those who care a little more than...
Reportage: Alexandre Ramos Gobatti
Photo: Simon Stanford
Graphics: Daniel Hager
We accompanied seal researchers from the University of Gothenburg, to Koster. In the archipelago on the Swedish west coast. Koster is one of the places...
Reportage: Lena Scherman
Photo/Editing: Alexandre Ramos Gobatti
The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency decided this year that we should shoot 630 harbor seals, 1500 gray seals and 350 ringed seals. Some think that...
Reportage: Lena Scherman/Alexandre Gobatti
Sweden, Finland, and Norway conduct hunting for seals as trophy hunting. In most other countries, hunting of large marine mammals has been prohibited. In the...
Reportage: Daniel Hager/Lena Scherman/Alexandre Gobatti
When the seal population had collapsed around 1980 and was almost completely extinct, the authorities put an end to all hunting. Seal protection areas were...
Reporter: Lena Scherman
Editing: Alexandre Gobatti/Daniel Hager
Graphics: Daniel Hager
New research should provide an answer to that question. -Historically, fish have hardly been considered animals, I think it is important to change that. If...
Reportage: Johan Candert, Simon Stanford
Editing: Alexandre Gobatti
UW photo: Johan Candert
Photo: Simon Stanford
Øyvind Øverli, is a professor at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. He tells us the story how the expansion of hydroelectric power plants in...
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