Jean-Jacques Savin, a former French military paratrooper, told Euronews he was marked his special day in true French style with foie gras, a bottle of white wine from Sauternes, in Southwestern France, and some of his favourite chocolate.
Former French military paratrooper, Jean-Jacques Savin has set off from the Canary Islands in an attempt to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a barrel.
Ten times more plastic is washing up onto the shores of remote South Atlantic islands than a decade ago, according to new research published in the journal Current Biology.
She had to row for 12 hours every day for over 100 days, faced up to 10-metre waves with only herself for company and lost contact with the outside world.
A great white shark's hunt for a seal turned into a dramatic scene off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Five tons of plastic waste has been pulled from seawater and transformed into the Bruges Whale, a gigantic sculpture that highlights the staggering amount of waste floating in our oceans.
“The risk of not following scientific advice is that the EU misses its 2020 deadline in the Common Fisheries Policy to bring down fishing pressure to what is sustainable,” the report’s author, Griffin Carpenter, told Euronews.