Sticker designed as part of our Cool Seas
Investigators: Unflushables project
campaigning to reduce sanitary
waste on our beaches.
© Luke Steele/MCS
Cool Seas Campaigns
MCS Campaigns are centred around the need to create change that benefits people and the marine wildlife.
We raise awareness of key marine conservation issues that supports our work of protecting our seas, shores and wildlife.
Through these campaigns we aim to motivate people to get involved and take action to help us to create change together.
Joining a real-world campaign is a fabulous learning opportunity for children of all ages.
Motivating young people to take part makes learning about the issue real and, more importantly, they are given a voice that can have an impact locally and nationally.
Children delivering pledges for better marine
protection to 10 Downing Street.
© Graham Madge/RSPB
As well as providing an excellent opportunity to cover curriculum requirements in core subject areas, taking part in a campaign supports the development of citizenship, 21st century learner attributes and learning for Sustainable Development...
And it gets children involved with their world!
We have different campaigns running all the time targeting different issues.
Visit our campaigns page for more information and to see how your group could get involved and join the fight to save our seas.
Join Bincentives, our new, innovative, anti-littering campaign for secondary schools. Based on an idea from Hampton High School in London, winners of our CSI Litter Challenge project, Bincentives motivates students to take action on the global, social and environmental catastrophe of litter. Focusing on a series of posters displaying emoji messages, the campaign engages students by rewarding positive behaviour with school-determined rewards.
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