Ocean Conservation

Why We Must Stop Using Microbeads

Dougie Poynter | Posted 29.06.2017 | UK Entertainment
Dougie Poynter

We have the power to create change and a shift in culture. Each of us has the ability to voice our opinions against this issue and start conversation about plastic pollution to our friends, family and leaders. Every unused bottle matters.

Rare Pictures Reveal The 'Aliens' Living At The Bottom Of Our Oceans

Huffington Post UK | Nitya Rajan | Posted 22.05.2015 | UK Tech

One of the largest studies of the ocean, published in the journal Science, has captured stunning images of the ocean's "invisible" creatures. Tara ...

Working With the Local Community to Protect the Ocean

Sonu Shivdasani | Posted 29.09.2014 | UK
Sonu Shivdasani

Teaching the local Maldivian children about protecting the ocean seemed the most effective first step in encouraging a new generation of environmental stewards. We recognise that we do not protect what we don't care about, and we do not care about things we do not know.

Ocean Conservation? It's as British as Fish and Chips

David Ritter | Posted 02.07.2012 | UK
David Ritter

Over the last decade there has been a revolution in attitudes to the ocean that has seen the UK emerge at the global forefront of marine conservation. Today, standing up for ocean life is as British as fish and chips. And anyone who views the situation differently risks not only being out of tune with community sentiment, but transgressing national values.