Spring Budget: Spending on the foundation of a sustainable blue economy
Ahead of the Spring Budget on 6th March 2024, we explore where and how the Chancellor of the Exchequer could use Government funding to encourage the growth of a sustainable blue economy, whilst boosting ocean recovery.
Combatting ocean pollution through sustainable fashion
We’re focussed on finding sustainable fashion solutions and demanding stronger action to protect the health of our oceans and its residents. Find out how.
Positive ocean news: February edition
Dive into this month's round-up of good news stories for our seas.
Plastic pollution: the importance of cleaning up rivers
Cleaning up our UK rivers from litter is just as important as cleaning our beautiful beaches and is more accessible for the majority of the population to get involved. In fact, 80% of litter found on our beaches makes its way there from land sources.
5 Pokémon based on marine animals
Did you know that a lot of Pokémon get their inspiration from real-life marine animals? Find out what sea life is referenced by the Pokémon
Second annual RACE Report marks Race Equality Week
To mark Race Equality Week, running from 5th – 11th February 2024, Students Organising for Sustainability have launched the second annual RACE Report.
How do storms in the UK affect marine life?
In the midst of one of the most active storm seasons on record in the UK, we look at the impact stormy weather has on the health of our ocean and its wildlife
New governmental rules are a positive step to safeguard our seas
We celebrate the UK Government's latest announcement protecting 13 areas of English seas from destructive bottom-towed fishing and the closure of the North Sea sandeel fishery.
Positive ocean news: January edition
We're starting off the year with some ocean optimism, and have rounded-up some good news stories for our seas from this month.
Chemical pollution: The invisible threat to our seas
Our protected waters are not protected from chemical pollution - instead, these vulnerable and vital habitats and species are at risk. We must act now to truly safeguard these priority areas.
5 endangered marine animals that need protecting in the UK
The UK shores host many different marine animals but, due to human interference , several species are under threat. Find out what we are doing to help.
24 reasons why UK seas are important
The seas around the UK hold a lot of importance both nationally as well as globally. Find out 24 reasons why our seas are important which you may not know
Positive ocean news: December edition
To end the year on a positive note and spread some cheer, we've rounded up some good news stories for our seas from December.
How to reduce ocean plastic pollution in 2024
Ocean plastic pollution is a major concern for the planet and its wildlife. Discover why reducing plastic is important and how you can help combat it in 2024
Our top Marine Conservation Stories of 2023
As 2023 nears its end, we are sharing our favourite highlights of the year, all about the Marine Conservation Society. Find out our top stories of 2023.
Our Species Champion gets face to fan with the pink sea fans
We recently organised an event for Luke Pollard MP, our Species Champion for the pink sea fan, to learn more about this wonderful and important species.
COP28: Ocean wins and missed opportunities
What progress was made at this year's COP28 for our ocean? As negotiators, parties and lobbyists leave the Dubai desert after this year's Conference of the Parties we digest the key wins and missed opportunities for our blue planet.
24 marine animals found in UK seas
The UK's sea is full of rich wildlife who call our coast their home. Discover our list of 24 marine animals that can be found in our oceans below.
Stop Ocean Threads: What happens next?
We handed a petition containing over 44,000 of your signatures to 10 Downing Street, calling for the introduction of mandatory microfibre filters for washing machines by 2024 but we mustnt stop there. There is more we can do with your help.
COP28: A chance to change the narrative
COP28 allows the chance to change the narrative of nature destruction into one of protection. Discover what we are urging participants to do for the climate.