Prime Minister, don't dilute net zero policies
High Court delivers verdict on our sewage case
This afternoon, Friday 15th September, the High Court dismissed our case against the UK Government to address the deluge of raw sewage being dumped into English seas.
Great British Beach Clean: Five ways to further your impact
Five actions you can take during the Great British Beach Clean to have an even greater impact on the ocean and our blue planet.
Bluefin tuna: An ocean giant on the rise
As the population of bluefin tuna experiences a heartening resurgence, a new set of challenges are beginning to appear on the horizon.
Positive ocean news: August edition
A monthly round-up of the positive news stories for our ocean from August, including a newly discovered underwater ecosystem, ancient jellyfish, and a seagrass planting project.
Sewage is more than meets the eye
You may have seen wet wipes or period products along the beach, but did you know about the invisible side of sewage pollution that’s also wreaking havoc on our ocean?
Get involved with Jellyfish Weekend
Our Ocean Ambassador Lizzie Daly joins us to ask you to report sightings of jellyfish this Jellywatch Weekend, 18th-20th August.
Marking 20 years of wildlife sightings
As we celebrate 20 years of supporters reporting their jellyfish and turtle sightings to us, we take a look at how it all started, what we’ve learned and the difference your sightings have made.
Vision for the future of Scotland’s Aquaculture published
This month, the Scottish Government released its Vision for Sustainable Aquaculture, setting out its plans for how the industry should develop all the way to 2045.
Our new study shows ocean protections worth
Our analysis shows a bottom trawling ban in the UK’s offshore protected areas could be worth over three billion pounds to the UK economy.
Positive ocean news: July edition
A round-up of positive news stories from July to celebrate the wins for our seas, including an ocean clean-up, a freed seal, and a conservation project in Puerto Rico.
Achieving 30 by 30: Can it be done?
A new report published by the House of Lords, which our evidence influence, sets out the challenges to achieving 30x30 and what must be done to deliver the international commitment of protecting 30% of England’s land and seas by 2030.
Rare but beautiful: Less common jellyfish in UK waters
Our seas are full of jellyfish. You might be aware of - or seen - some of the more common species, like lion's mane or moon jellies. But there are some species which are less often seen, but just as fascinating.
Keeping Bossington Beach beautiful, one clean at a time
In ‘hot water’: What rising temperatures mean for our seas
We’re seeing the impacts of climate change on our ocean and those that call it home, with heatwaves and rising temperatures warming our seas. We explain what this means for our ocean and those that call it home.
Positive ocean news: June edition
A monthly round-up of the positive news stories for our ocean from June, including rare porpoise sightings, coral reef restoration, and an entangled humpback whale set free.
The REUL Bill: Where is it now?
Following nine months of debate, the Retained EU Law (REUL) Bill has now reached royal assent. But what does this mean and how will it impact environmental protections?
Take action for #SewageFreeSeas
Hear from our Head of Clean Seas, Dr Laura Foster, about why we’re asking you to respond to the UK Government's consultation on its Storm Overflows Discharge Reduction Plan.
Scotland's Deposit Return Scheme delayed again
One BIG step closer to clean seas
Our data and analysis have forced the Government to take another look at its plan for Storm Overflows, just weeks before we take it to court.