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Guest Blog: Adopt a Porpoise with Sea Trust

Sea Trust is an NGO based in North Pembrokeshire, Wales. We are lucky enough to have a large population of Harbour Porpoise (Phocoena Phocoena) living off our coast all year round. Relatively little is known about that harbour porpoise compared to other cetaceans. To understand more about Harbour porpoise, especially our local population we have […]

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The Research Team of the Gili Shark Conservation Project

Marine Research Center on Gili Air Wins The International SeaKeepers Society Award

Last weekend, The International Seakeepers Society – Asia hosted their annual Award Dinner in Singapore. A very special evening where over 220 people with a mix of nationalities made up of diplomatic corps members, leaders from commercial companies, scientists, and individuals came together in the name of conservation. Seakeepers’ branch in Asia has a unique […]

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Marine Education Milestones

We have just reached two milestones in marine education and outreach in Seychelles, the first being the successful closing of the second edition of the Blue Economy Youth Programme and the other is reaching 100 Marine Education lesson been delivered as part of WiseOceans School Marine Education Programme, so what better time for a blog! […]

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15 skills to help you stand out from the crowd

We’ve scoured our 100+ ‘Interview with WiseOceans’ to bring you the top 15 skills that our interviewees have needed in their marine conservation jobs (but didn’t necessarily know they would need when they started out). How many have you got? Can you tick them all off? You’ll often find yourself working in small teams/organisations or […]

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