'Fat Sprat' ale supports MCS
Beer producer Adnams launches their summer 'Fat Sprat' ale in support of MCS >> More
Register now: Big Beach Clean-up 2013
This year's Big Beach Clean-up with M&S is taking place between 22nd-28th April. Join the fight against marine litter - find out how you can take part here >> More
12 days left to save English seas
The public consultation on Marine Conservation Zones closes at the end of March. Find out why this is so important for Coleen the Quahog and have your say now. >> More
MCS is Ecover Blue Mile charity partner
MCS and Ecover Blue Mile to encourage the nation to get active at sea and enjoy the marine environment >> More
MCS urges communities to ban releases
Balloon and lantern releases on the rise so MCS develops new pack to help communities find alternatives>>More
Hundreds in London this morning to join MCS march
Supporters of Marine Conservation Zones are heading to Westminster. Our seas need saving >> 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
Sea creatures sing for their survival
Watch our new video showing why England's sea creatures are so desperate for 127 Marine Conservation Zones. Please share it and help it go viral >> Watch now
Youngsters go for gold in sports kit made from recycled bottles
Visit by Marine Conservation Society inspires Brighton pupils to save bottle tops in return for sports tops. Read 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
Working with You...
MCS is the voice for our seas, shores and wildlife...
MCS champions the need for marine wildlife protection, sustainable fisheries and clean seas and beaches.
We work to inform, involve and influence everyone to play a part in securing a future for our seas. We pride ourselves on basing our campaigns on sound factual evidence and working with others to take action and deliver solutions to the threats that face our seas.
and advise industry and businesses on the development of sustainable practices and reducing their impact on our seas.
thousands of people every year in active voluntary work, including wildlife sighting schemes, beach litter surveys and clean ups, making a real difference. Find out how to get involved in our new Sea Champions scheme
government policy and legislation to ensure effective protection of our marine wildlife and sensitive management of marine resources and habitats.
the next generation to value and protect our seas through school roadshows and educational initiatives.