It’s estimated that there are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic in the ocean. How many of these are flip flops … Continue Reading Ocean Sole – the rise of the flip flop animal
It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the amount of negative news about the ocean, and so here are some cheerier … Continue Reading Reasons to be cheerful #2
There’s a difference between telling someone about an issue and getting them to actually engage with it. The tricky thing … Continue Reading Tips for marine science communicators – getting through to a teenage audience
Here’s a snapshot from the opening pages of the WWF-ZSL ‘Living Blue Planet Report, 2015’. Marco Lambertini, Director General of … Continue Reading “Not for the faint-hearted” – Living Blue Planet Report 2015
Pitcairns…Kermadecs…Nazca-Desventuradas…Easter Island and now Palau. All these Marine Protected Area designations or proposals have sprung up in the last year … Continue Reading Are MPAs becoming fashionable?
I went to the Ocean Film Festival last night and it got me thinking. Not only about the inspiring stories … Continue Reading Ocean stewardship – step up for the sea
A redundant fleet in the forest I came across this article recently which features a slightly different art installation, ‘Withdrawn’, … Continue Reading Art Meets Oceans: Luke Jerram
I’ve sailed past tyres floating in the Solent, fished plastic bottles out of the sea and even had to swerve … Continue Reading Marine litter