It's all about Turtles this week!
With World Turtle Day on Thursday, we're launching MCS Turtle Week to celebrate these marvellous mariners. >> More
'Fat Sprat' ale supports MCS
Beer producer Adnams launches their summer 'Fat Sprat' ale in support of MCS >> More
Seabirds affected by mystery substance
Seabirds have been found washed up along a large stretch of south coast >> More
Join our Westminster rally
On 25th February 2013, MCS is leading a march across Westminster bridge to the Houses of Parliament to show mass support for 127 Marine Conservation Zones in English seas. >> More
Meet Kat Skater, the 'not so common' skate
MCS is introducing a range of comedic characters to highlight the serious need for 127 Marine Conservation Zones in English seas. >> More
The Fish2Fisch Challenge 2012
A team of MCS supporters set off from Billingsgate Fish Market last week aiming to reach the fish market in Hamburg by bike. It was a bit of an adventure >>More
MCS 'hovers' over lucrative partnership with Isle of Wight travel firm
MCS' new partnership with Isle of Wight Hovertravel company means trip to island will boost funds. >>More
Big Sea Swim
Congratulations Big Sea Swimmers! See the results and photos from the day here
Big Sea Swim 30th June
Experience a wild swim in the wonderful waters off Eastbourne and join MCS for our first ever Big Sea Swim on Saturday 30th June. >> More
Debenhams releases new t-shirts with all profits coming straight to MCS!
Debenhams is supporting MCS through their partnership with clothing brand 'Mantaray'. Take a look at Kate Humble and Monty Halls modelling their new t-shirts >> More
You can become an MCS member from only £2.75 month...
Every new member will receive our fantastic welcome pack and ongoing opportunities to become involved in fun and rewarding activities.
Our members are crucial to our work
Every member is important to us. Your support helps us to establish vital marine protected areas where wildlife can recover and flourish, to clear our coasts and seas of the rubbish that kills seabirds, dolphins, turtles and other wildlife, and to stop the overfishing which is devastating the life in our seas. We promise to use your donation wisely to improve the future for our seas, shores and wildlife.
“I don’t think anybody can fail to have an emotional response to the oceans. It’s imperative that we continue to look after our seas. If we do so they will continue to provide the oxygen we breathe and food we eat, but perhaps more importantly they will remain a source of fascination and excitement for generations to come.”
Alistair Fothergill, Producer & Director, including BBC’s Blue Planet, Frozen Planet and Planet Earth.