Save our Seas - Join our ever-growing list of online Marine Conservation campaigners today!
To join our online campaigners network Save Our Seas please fill in this simple online form below (we promise it won't take long).
As a member of the SoS team you’ll receive approximately six email bulletins per year, featuring:
- Updates on UK Marine Protected Areas and other hot topics in marine conservation
- Tips and resources to help you get actively involved in our marine campaigns and projects
- Invitations to take part in major campaign events
We’ll ask you to take action for marine wildlife in a variety of ways. This might include sending a letter or email to the Government, contacting your MP, collecting Petition Fish signatures, taking part in public events and helping to get marine conservation in the news.
In 2012, we'll .....
- Continue to gather support for our Petition Fish campaign
- Host a Petition Fish shoaling event at the Houses of Parliament
We will keep you up to date throughout the year and prompt you to take action at the critical times.
SoS team have played a valuable role in many marine conservation successes here are just a handful -
- UK Marine and Coastal Access Act - The SoS community campaigned long and hard for legislation to protect our marine environment. Our Ten year campaign resulted in Marine Acts covering English, Welsh, Scottish and UK waters. We continue to push for a Northern Ireland Marine Act.
- The Wildlife Trusts National Marine Week - The Wildlife Trusts led a nationwide celebration of our seas, with a record-breaking number of events at coastal and inland locations through out the UK
- Lamlash Bay - In 2008 SOS members helped convince the Scottish Government to create Scotland's first Community Marine Reserve at Lamlash Bay on the Isle of Arran
- Lyme Bay Reefs - After an 18 year campaign by The Wildlife Trusts in 2008 Defra banned scallop dredging and trawling from 60 square miles of vulnerable reef habitat.
Join the SoS team now!
To join our online campaigners network Save Our Seas please fill in this simple online form and help us make waves today!