Our seas bring us so much joy; they not only sustain livelihoods and provide beautiful habitats for marine wildlife, our ocean also provides us with beach-settings for precious memories, and contributes enormously to our well-being.
But our relationship can't be one-sided - we must look after our ocean as it looks after us.
By ensuring that we make informed decisions about what we consume and what we do with our waste, and how we treat our stunning coast and the waters that surrounds us, we can ensure that our ocean is looked after for future generations.
Let's take time to consider how we can respect and protect our ocean and invest in our future health and happiness.
Reducing your plastic footprint
11 million tonnes of plastic end up in our oceans every year, harming our ocean and precious marine life. But there are simple steps we can all take to make a big difference.
The Good Fish Guide
The fish that we eat impacts the health of our ocean and marine life that call it home. Our Good Fish Guide helps you to make informed choices about the seafood on your plate, using a simple traffic light system - Red means Fish to Avoid and Green is a Good Choice.