As our Young Marine Champions start to make a real difference in their schools, we welcome them to a special event celebrating their efforts.
Updates from our marine team about issues affecting wildlife in the Solent and beyond
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams calls in the new year with a beach clean at Hurst Spit, and reflects on the aesthetic aspect of plastic marine pollution.
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams kicks off her creative collaboration with us, Spiny Seahorses and Ripping Yarns, by meeting our Young Marine Champions.
As we pass the one-year milestone for our marine project, Secrets of the Solent, we look back at all we have achieved so far.
As Halloween approaches, we take a look at some of the bizarre marine hoaxes that have graced our shores in years gone by.
Natalie, one of our Marine Champions, shares why she's passionate about our seas and why everyone should take a stand for nature.
We take a look at the Big Microplastic Survey to see how citizen science is helping them achieve their goal of becoming a global initiative.
Citizen science is a great way to make a real difference to our marine wildlife. Katie Finnimore, one of our Marine Champions, tries out two of the most popular initiatives.
Compton Bay proves a marine wildlife goldmine for a pair of intrepid species seekers.
We take a look at the enormous impact of data in protecting our marine wildlife, from challenging harmful development to securing Marine Conservation Zones.