The Fair Seas Revitalising Our Seas report identifies 16 areas of interest (AOI) for MPA designation in Irish waters. The area of coast spanning Donegal to Sligo is one of these areas. It may be the smallest AOI identified in the Fair Seas Revitalising Our Seas report, covering just 0.29% of Ireland’s maritime area, but […]
Celebrate the magic of cinematic storytelling at Ken O’Sullivan’s Tour – proudly supported by Fair Seas
Fair Seas are thrilled to support Ken O’Sullivan’s series of ‘Into the Deep’ speaking tour across Ireland. Ken is delivering a series of talks recounting his adventures with enormous whales, monstrous sharks and encounters with other spectacular animals in the amazing underwater world of the North Atlantic ocean. In its vastness and ever-changing nature, the […]
THREE QUARTERS OF PEOPLE BELIEVE LACK OF POLITICAL WILL IS BIGGEST THREAT TO IRELAND’S MARINE ENVIRONMENT
76% of Irish people believe “lack of political will to protect or manage the ocean effectively” is the greatest threat to Ireland’s seas.
Our visual brand identity and a scientific report are now included in the 100 Archive, a living record of Irish communication design.
The majority of the people of Ireland are aware of the deterioration ocean health and want more efforts to protect marine life.
They gave the Government a C+ grade for “moderate progress” on its own climate and environmental promises. However, ‘Water and the Marine’ was one of the lowest categories, scoring 5 out of 10.
Ocean literacy is the understanding of our individual and collective impact on the ocean and its impact on our lives and wellbeing
Press release The coalition group, Fair Seas, is welcoming the confirmation that Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine Charlie McConalogue has signed off on fisheries management measures for Dundalk Bay SAC. The Fisheries Natura Declarations set out a number of prohibitions and restrictions in a small area inside the bay which is mapped out on […]