The majority of the people of Ireland are aware of the deterioration ocean health and want more efforts to protect marine life.
FAIR SEAS’ FILM SHINES LIGHT ON NORTHWEST COASTAL COMMUNITIES AND URGES ACTION FOR MARINE CONSERVATION
A short film featuring the views of local communities from Donegal and Sligo who depend on the sea to make a living is set to receive its online premiere next week.
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.
We are fortunate, it seems we already have a wealth of willing volunteers in tow. Now all we need are the new MPA designations.
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 […]
The free event takes place at Shannon Dolphin Centre, Merchants Quay, Kilrush, Co Clare from 6pm to 8pm on Friday August 4th