Environment

Sea Shorts: Save the world with a shipping pallet revolution

Sea Shorts: Save the world with a shipping pallet revolution

Shipping pallets may not be the most exciting of topics, but hen it comes to tackling climate change they have a role to play too! Discover how NGO Change The Pallet are hoping to reduce carbon emissions from shipping and transportation of goods with a rather simple solution…

Ocean Opportunities

Ocean Opportunities

Jobs, Post-Docs, PhD, Masters, conferences, workshops, courses, internships, webinars, and a splash of citizen science opportunities in all kinds of ocean/marine sciences, science communication, and management from around the world

Britain, Brexit, and the Blue Belt

Britain, Brexit, and the Blue Belt

As the situation surrounding the UK’s withdrawal from the EU becomes more confusing than ever we are still unsure how it will affect the UK. Join guest contributor Harry Baker and he discusses what Brexit means for UK marine life and their ability to protect it.

How plastic-free periods can reduce your environmental footprint (and save you some cash too)

How plastic-free periods can reduce your environmental footprint (and save you some cash too)

Did you know that mainstream period pad brands (like Tampax, Lil-lets and Always) contain around the same amount of plastic as four carrier bags, and a tampon made by those same companies is roughly 6% of plastic (even before you consider the packaging or applicators)? Jasmine Tribe talks about plastic pollution, periods, and City to Sea’s campaign for a more environmentally friendly period.

Conference Closeup: Introducing YOUMARES

Conference Closeup: Introducing YOUMARES

YOUMARES – a conference run by, and dedicated to, budding and early-career marine scientists - is taking place in Germany this September. Simon Jungblut tells us more!