Seagrass in a pandemic
We were invited aboard the yacht of one of our volunteers, Chris Cooling. We ventured to a southern English seagrass bed to plan a monitoring project.
Sea Champion attends conference in Malaysia
Sea Champion, Nathan, shares with us his experience of attending a conference in Malaysia on 'Plastic Solutions'.
New quiz in time for jellyfish season
The Marine Conservation Society is calling on beachgoers to report jellyfish sightings.
Microplastics found inside UK sharks
A new report released this week shows clear evidence of microplastics and synthetic materials making their way into the digestive systems of UK sharks.
The Big Seaweed Search: helping out during lockdown
We really appreciate all the help our volunteers can give us. This year has been a bit different, but there are still plenty of ways to support our work.
A simple solution to microfibre pollution
A study has revealed that filters fitted inside washing machines can reduce the amount of plastic microfibres released into wastewater by almost 80%.
Public asked to #KeepItClean at the beach
Beaches, parks and public spaces are suffering a scourge of litter and single-use plastic
Scotland votes for Deposit Return Scheme
After years of campaigning, the Scottish Parliament voted through the final piece of legislation needed to put Scotland’s Deposit Return Scheme into place.
'Our Blue Heart' reveals power of the ocean
We explored the well-being benefits of spending time by the coast and how a deeper connection to the ocean affects our mental and physical health.
Support UK fishers and buy local seafood
It's never been more important to support local, responsible fishers and suppliers.
Beach cleans: "It's not just about plastic"
With the UK in lockdown, getting out and about is difficult. Here's how our volunteers are contributing, while looking after their wellbeing.
How I became a marine biologist
Charlotte Bolton, our Seasearch Co-ordinator, describes her "long and winding path to becoming an amateur squidge geek!"
Ban 'forever chemicals' PFAS
A steady stream of PFAS chemicals is causing irreversible damage to our ocean.
Great British Beach Clean results 2019
Thanks to our volunteers, almost 11 tonnes of litter was cleared from the UK’s coastline in just one weekend.