MCS Press releases
As a charity MCS relies on your generous support
|25th May 2017||Wallace, the wet wipe monster, heads to East Looe to highlight why ‘flushing’ is bad for bathing|
|23rd May 2017||Conservationists and students clean up Kilninian beach|
|19th May 2017||New protection measures for Scottish Sea Loch announced|
|2nd May 2017||Marine Conservation Society urges people to get through June without plastic|
|7th April 2017||Marine Conservation Society urges people in Wales to sign up to a war on waste|
|3rd April 2017||MSP recognised for her support of flame shell beds|
|29th March 2017||Beach clean and litter survey to get Langland ready for Spring, Can you lend a hand?|
|23rd March 2017||Has your council banned balloon releases?|
|17th March 2017||It’s bad news for haddock, but American lobster claws its way up the latest seafood ratings lists|
|28th February 2017||It's make or break time for the microbeads ban|
MCS is well known by the media as a trusted source of news and information on marine matters. The degree of coverage given to our major projects and campaigns - sustainable seafood, clean beaches and seas, and protection for sea wildlife - is testament to our clear and focussed communications, all based on sound science. We've featured in many national newspapers and TV news broadcasts, helped make documentaries for Panorama and Channel Four's Fish Fight, and even made the occasional appearance on Countdown and The Archers!
If you are a journalist, you can contact the team on the dedicated press line 01989 561580, or get in touch directly with Clare Fischer (Media and Editorial Officer) 01989 561658, Kate Wilson (Editorial and Media Assistant) 01989 561667, or Richard Harrington (Communications Manager) 01989 561585. Alternatively, please use the online contact form.