News: Sea change campaign
September 17 2018
This week we’re celebrating this incredible decision from the International Whaling Commission (IWC). Lost and abandoned fishing gear – ghost gear – is the biggest threat to whales and other marine life
September 11 2018
Fiona has been travelling all over the world on a mission to raise awareness of the deadly issue of ghost gear, which is threatening the lives of thousands of marine animals
August 29 2018
We’ve successfully lobbied the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to protect marine animals by tagging fishing nets. This significant decision means sea animals will be less likely to be killed or entangled in lost or abandoned fishing gear.
July 10 2018
To help stop marine animals being harmed by lost fishing gear, we’re calling on the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) to ensure all fishing nets are tagged by 2025
June 05 2018
We’re diving into Home Street, the mobile gaming app, to spread the word on lost and abandoned fishing gear, one of the most harmful threats to wildlife in our oceans
May 07 2018
From rescuing wildlife used in entertainment, to the rescue of a baby seal in Maine, our Instagram tells the stories of our work to protect animals worldwide through a visual medium.
April 02 2018
The health of our oceans and sea animals is at peril. Urgent action to turn the tide is needed, new research reveals
March 13 2018
We've released a new report which finds that the world’s 15 biggest seafood companies must do more to combat the abandoned, lost, and discarded fishing gear which harms millions of animals every year
March 09 2018
To help protect animals from lost and abandoned fishing gear, one of the world’s largest seafood companies and tuna producers has joined the Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI), which we launched in 2015
January 31 2018
The Rozalia Project led high school students on a beach cleanup around Star Island, in the Isles of Shoals off the coasts of Maine and New Hampshire, to collect the plastic marine debris that has become ubiquitous to shorelines around the globe.