Fishy business: The Fish INTEL project
When shall we tell the children?
When do we talk to younger children about climate change, our polluted ocean and the future of the planet - all of which could have a far greater long-term impact on them?
Crabs: the crustacean that keeps on giving
Did you know there are more than 7,000 crab species in 100 different families across the world today? They’re one of the most diverse and adaptable of all animal groups.
Spring has sprung as jellyfish bloom
Our temperate seas undergo huge ecological change when the warming rays of the sun finally linger that little bit longer on our highest latitudes. Jellyfish are one of the first animals to take advantage of spring's arrival.
Tackling ghost fishing gear in UK waters
Christine Grosart is a trustee, secretary and underwater videographer of the registered charity Ghost Fishing UK. She talks about the issue of ghost fishing gear in UK waters, and speaks about her latest film project.
Solving Scotland’s sewage related litter problem
We're working to help clear Scotland’s coast and stop sewage-related litter at source.
Campaign win: damaging fishing banned from four Marine Protected Areas
On 13th April 2022, the Government announced it will ban damaging fishing from four of the UK’s offshore Marine Protected Areas. Worth celebrating? Definitely. But the Government has a long way to go to reach its goal of 40 sites properly protected by 2024.
Easter fun by the sea
Taking a trip to the coast this Easter break? We’ve put together a list of some great seaside activities you can get up to whilst you’re there.
Don't cause a stink down your sink this Easter
Sewers clogged up with fat stop waste water reaching treatment works and can ultimately result in untreated sewage ending up on our beaches and in the sea.
Best sustainable fish recipes for Good Friday
Need some inspiration for which fish dish to cook this Good Friday? We’ve rounded up some great sustainable seafood recipes to help you find the perfect feast for your family and friends this weekend.
Sea kayaking, island hopping and stargazing
Last summer Clare took on our Scilly Kayak Challenge - an unforgettable fundraising excursion sea-kayaking around the Isles of Scilly. She shares with us a look behind the scenes of her once-in-a-lifetime adventure.
Beach cleans: it's all about the litter data
Tune into BBC's Countryfile this Sunday 10 April as we join Matt Baker to launch their Coastal Clean Up Initiative. Along with some of our volunteers, we’ll be talking about the importance of our beach cleans and the data we collect.
Listening to the voices of the Virgin Islands
We were visiting the Virgin Islands for more Community Voice Method field work on another ground-breaking Caribbean turtle conservation project.
Our latest update to the Good Fish Guide is out
The Good Fish Guide shows you which seafood options are the most sustainable by using a simple traffic light system. Green is the Best Choice, amber is OK to Eat but improvements are needed, and red indicates Fish to Avoid.
The UN’s latest IPCC report: it’s now or never…but have they forgotten something?
The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports are rarely cheering. In the latest instance, experts say that despite carbon-cutting measures, the world will still warm by 3.2 ̊C this century. But the IPCC report fails to count a huge player in all of this: the ocean. Our seas capture more carbon than trees. So why is no-one talking about our ocean-based solutions?
Our CEO's view on Defra's Nature Recovery Green Paper
Last week, Defra – the Government department responsible for the environment, food and rural affairs – released its long awaited Nature Recovery Green Paper. The paper has proposed a complete overhaul of many of the current systems in place for managing our natural spaces, including the ocean.
How to buy the Big Five: Cod, haddock, salmon, tuna and prawns
Ideally, we should eat a wider variety of sustainably caught and farmed fish, but if you're keen to stick with the familiar – or nothing else is available – here's what you need to know.
11 amazing images of the UK's underwater world
We've gathered a selection of incredible ocean photography to celebrate life in the UK’s seas.
The toxic legacy of PFAS 'forever chemicals'
Our Chemical Pollution Specialist, Francesca gives us the low-down on PFAS 'forever chemicals', how they're effecting our marine wildlife and what needs to change.
For climate, nature and people: We need action on Marine unProtected Areas
England's offshore Marine Protected Areas continue to be exploited by fishing methods damaging already fragile seabed habitats. Last year, supposedly a 'Marine Super Year', saw the UK Government's promises broken as the ocean suffered the consequences. While fishing is permitted to continue in these protected seas, the ocean's power to buffer the effects of the climate crisis is reduced. Show your support for a ban on damaging fishing in England's vital offshore Marine Protected Areas to help protect the seabed and combat the climate crisis.