If you've been for a walk along our shores, you've likely noticed how varied they are. From sand to boulders, flat expanses to steep inclines, these spaces are as diverse as the wildlife…
Updates from our marine team about issues affecting wildlife in the Solent and beyond
Benjamin, one of our Marine Champions, shares his thoughts on pursuing a career in conservation and finding a likeminded community.
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams tries her hand at rope making and considers the changing impact of this material on our marine life.
Our shorelines are known for being busy and beautiful, but hiding in plain sight are clues to how wildlife copes with these challenging environments.
Pete, one of our Marine Champions, shares how his personal Solent adventure has brought him closer to our seas.
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams reflects on her work with rivers and the implications of how we manage our watercourses.
As February is the month of romance, we're turning our attention to some amorous activities under the waves. As it turns out, sometimes three's company...
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams looks back on how the Solent was formed and explores how people have responded to climate issues through art and architecture.
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams heads out into Storm Ciara, and ponders how destructive weather could be a common part of our futures.
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams considers how our use of the Solent for leisure has changed, and the environmental impact of these 'innocent' activities.