Turning the tide on the declining health of Welsh seas
With the new Welsh Government now in place, we’re taking our campaign for an ocean recovery in Wales to the next level.
You can read this page in Welsh page by clicking on this link.
We hosted a special online event on June 30th. Alongside the event, we have also created a brand new video, an online pledge for Members of the Senedd (MS) and a handy infographic.
Watch our film showing just how incredible Welsh seas are
To support our campaign, we have created a bilingual video that showcases how truly incredible Welsh seas are, narrated by TV wildlife presenter Iolo Williams. You can watch our new video in all its glory here:
We're calling on Members of the Senedd to make a pledge
Our online pledge will secure the commitment of our decision makers to ensuring an ocean recovery in Wales.
If you're a Member of Senedd, you can click on this link to sign the pledge. There will also be a full list published to show which Member has pledged to maintain and enhance Wales' seas - why not check to see if your local representative has signed up yet?
Watch our online event back
The deciding decade: turning the tide on the declining health of Welsh seas aimed to show Members of the Senedd and others how we can work together to save Wales' seas.
The event was broadcast live on YouTube on the day but you can watch it back if you missed it via the Wales Environment Link YouTube channel.
Welsh seas are under threat
Finally, our handy new infographic provides a glimpse into the current status of Welsh seas and what is needed from Welsh Government to protect them.
Click on the button below to read more.
Our campaign will be running throughout the summer and beyond, and we're looking for as many Welsh ocean enthusiasts as possible to support us. You can help by sharing our new resources online, using #turningthetidewales or contact your MS to encourage them to sign our ocean recovery pledge.
If you'd like to take personal action, we're also looking for people to join our annual Plastic Challenge which takes place every July. If you're ready to be part of the solution, not the pollution, you can find out more about the challenge here.
With your support, together we can save Welsh seas.