One big lady reveals the mysteries of her underwater journey One of the best ways to stay in “live” constant contact with the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, and stay up to date on research from the Guy Harvey Research Institute, is to follow GHRITracking.org. For the past several
My fascination with dinosaurs, like most people enamored by the prehistoric fauna, started at a young age, fantasizing about creatures of epic proportion with ever-chomping jaws. As a die-hard saltwater angler, I also entertain a strong love for sharks and everything related to the marine environment. So how
Lessons from an Artificial Reef Guru Back in 2017, Guy Harvey Magazine published an article (see sidebar excerpt on page 68) about Andrew “Red” Harris, an inspirational 26-year-old from Jupiter, Florida, who was killed after he was hit by a boat as he tried to save his girlfriend
The fight to save oysters and the habitat that they help maintain Oysters are not particularly charismatic creatures; they resemble small rocks, with a gooey interior. These unprepossessing shellfish however have supported coastal communities across the globe for millennia, initially through subsistence harvesting then by large-scale commercial fishing.
Responsible development requires concern for sustainability In 2015, the United Nations adopted 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) as part of a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that, by 2030, all people will enjoy peace and prosperity. The goals, then, may be
Florida Power & Light Company helps build toward a cleaner energy future What was once a swampland featuring alligators as roadside attractions has transformed into the third most populous state in the nation. The dramatic influx of new Florida residents in recent years means an increase in the