Our Blue Planet
Did you enjoy the BBC’s brilliant blockbuster series, Blue Planet 2? We certainly did here at MCS!
We’ve put together some ideas for how you can find out more and get involved in saving our precious seas.
We’re hoping to take this series to a whole new level and audience, one that doesn’t traditionally watch a natural history seriesJonathan Smith,
Blue Planet 2 Producer
Watch plastic free
Our brilliant Ocean Ambassador Lizzie Daly put together a short video about how to watch the Blue Planet series single-use plastic free.
So you want to be a marine biologist now…
We get lots of requests for information about careers in marine science, usually about how to get started in the first place, and what to study. Click here to find out more, and click here to meet some inspiring scientists and conservationists.
There’s so much life right here in UK seas, and on our coasts. Click here to find out about just some of the wonderful species that call our corner of the Atlantic Ocean home.
Only eat seafood that’s sustainable
If we stop feeding demand for seafood from badly managed or damaging fisheries and fish farms, we can incentivise improvements. The easiest action you can take is to download our Good Fish Guide app and start making the right choice! Click here to find five red-rated fish that you shouldn’t buy.
Actions you can take
- Download our 'Living without single-use Plastic' guide
- Download the Great British Beach Clean Report 2019
- Join the Plastic Challenge
- Help stop the plastic tide
Did you know?…
Plastic has been found in the stomachs of almost all marine species including fish, birds, whales, dolphins, seals and turtles
It’s estimated that one rubbish truck load of plastic litter enters the ocean every minute
Every day millions of microplastics enter the sea from personal care products such as scrubs and toothpastes