Our wildlife is suffering, our fish stocks are dwindling and our seas and shores are being polluted. Together, we can stick up for our precious seas. There are lots of ways you can get involved, locally and nationally, and we have the tools to help you make a difference in your community and beyond. With human activity having such a detrimental effect on the state of our marine environment we are at a pivotal point in how the future will pan out. Campaign with us, join together with others to be the voice for our seas. Collectively, we’re a force that people in power can’t ignore. Campaigning with the Marine Conservation Society allows you to join together with others to be the voice for our seas. Collectively, we’re a force that people in power can’t ignore. There are lots of ways you can get involved, locally and nationally, and we have the tools to help you make a difference in your community and beyond.
Deposit Return System
Reducing plastic bottles on our beaches
could be a benefit of a deposit return system.
Our surveys show plastic drinks bottles are frequently among the top four litter items found on UK beaches.
Unflushables - Wet Wipes Turn Nasty
When flushed, wipes don’t disintegrate like toilet paper and they typically contain plastics. This means once they reach the sea, they stick around for a very long time.
More information and campaigns to get behind…
30 Threatened Species
In our 30th anniversary year, we highlighted 30 amazing marine species that live in, or visit the seas around, the UK. Some of these will be familiar and some won’t, but they’re all on the IUCN ‘Red List’ of Threatened Species.
Don’t let go
Balloons sold as ‘degradable’ are known to last a number of months, even years, and pose a choking threat to wildlife at sea, and on land.Learn more
Did you know?…
Every year, over 1 million people take part in our campaigns and projects
The future of fisheries is being decided
The UK government has opened a public consultation asking how we think they should manage our fisheries after Brexit through a new Fisheries Bill.Act now!