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Marine Research Expeditions

As many of you will have discovered already, getting a career in marine conservation can be difficult without the right education or experience.  At WiseOceans, we believe that an excellent way to gain experience is to volunteer on a marine conservation and research expedition.  Expeditions can have a huge impact on people’s lives, whatever stage […]

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Working Together for a Sustainable Future in Seychelles

Working Together for a Sustainable Future in Seychelles We had the opportunity to present at the Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Conference in Seychelles on 30th-31st August 2016. The conference aimed at bringing stakeholders from various backgrounds together to discuss the way forward for ESD. This conference, coordinated by the Environmental Education Association of Seychelles […]

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Shoresearch

Shoresearch – By Olle Åkesson – Living Seas Officer, Sussex Wildlife Trust Rockpools are the perfect introduction to marine biology. In a few square meters you have, literally, a bird’s eye view of an entire ecosystem. With just a net and a magnifying glass you can find everything from the tiniest plankton to fish and […]

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Rethinking and Protecting the Future for Coral Reefs

Rethinking and Protecting the Future of Coral Reefs by Tim Ecott Tim Ecott is the author of the international best-seller ‘Neutral Buoyancy: Adventures in a Liquid World’ and scriptwriter for the BBC feature film ‘Deep Blue’. News of widespread coral bleaching this year has been profoundly worrying. In Seychelles, where WiseOceans do such good work, […]

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Vaquita: the world’s most endangered marine mammal

Back in September last year we featured a guest blog by Eyes on Conservation, Wild Lens team and their work down in the Sea of Cortez to document the survival effort of the vaquita – the world’s most endangered marine mammal. Sean Bogle, Project Director for Eyes on Conservation has told WiseOceans they have just released two language […]

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