Here you can find the latest news and information from the Marine Conservation Society. For expert insights and reports, please contact the Media team.
For general media enquiries, please contact Media Relations Manager, Evie Martin [email protected] / 07421994816.
Please find our latest press releases below
- 19th January 2023: One step closer to a circular economy, with expected announcements of Deposit Return Schemes across the UK
- 14th December: New research shows 98% decrease in bottom-towed fishing in Marine Protected Area since ban
- 28th November: Marine Conservation Society to take legal action over ocean sewage spills
- 9th November: UK Great British Beach Clean results PR 22 | Scotland Great British Beach Clean results PR 22 | Wales Great British Beach Clean results PR 22
- 3rd November: Wildlife Sightings Report
- 12th October 2022: Stop Ocean Poison: UK Government fails to protect ocean from chemical pollution crisis
- 5th October 2022: More data and better management needed to fix our fisheries: Good Fish Guide | New sustainability ratings show affordable, ocean-friendly seafood options are possible
- 18th July 2022: Great British Beach Clean 2022 launches
- 27th June 2022: Big Seaweed Search Week returns: The seaside superstars to spot this summer
- 25th May 2022: Spring jellyfish blooms bring turtles to UK shores
- 18th May 2022: Proposed legislation will leave two thirds of critical Marine Protected Areas unprotected
- 6th April 2022 Good Fish Guide ratings: New ratings for UK seafood from the Good Fish Guide shows desperate need to fix fisheries for healthy seas | Affordable, versatile and green-rated - why tinned fish could be the best seafood choice according to the Marine Conservation Society
- 14th March 2022: Photo gallery: Diving into the UK’s seas
- 17th January 2022: Exploring human connection to the ocean in three new films
- 25th November 2021: Great British Beach Clean 2021 results: Beach litter going down, but plastic still polluting UK shores
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