“With every drop of water you drink, every breath you take, you are connected to the sea. No matter where you live

Dr Sylvia Earle

Dr Sylvia Earle

Marine Habitat Destruction


The ocean is essential for our very survival, yet we treat it with neglect.  Increasing CO2 levels are raising sea temperatures and resulting in ocean acidification. Fragile ecosystems like coral reefs are susceptible to the smallest climate change and pollution.  The impact of not having coral reefs is unimaginable.

Due to modern fishing methods we are catching fish at a rate that is unsustainable. 34% of species are currently below sustainable levels and nearly 60% are at, or close to their maximum sustainable yield. We have to address our global fisheries management processes and the devastating impact of many existing fishing practices.

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Over Fishing


Plastic Pollution

Did you know that we are currently allowing around 8 million tonnes of plastic to get into our oceans every year ? This plastic pollution is having a terrible impact on ocean wildlife, spreading through marine ecosystems, acting as a vector for pollutants and affecting our well-being, and potentially our health

“The whole of the eco systems of the world are based on the healthy ocean and if that part of the planet becomes dysfunctional and goes wrong, then the whole of life on this planet will suffer”

Sir David Attenborough

Red Sea microplastic surveys

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Report from the Open Ocean Science Centre - Red Sea On World Environment Day, Wednesday 5th June ,13 children aged 7-10 joined forces with the Parry family who were staying at…

Talking about marine conservation at GoDiving show

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We have been speaking at diving shows for several years about everything from marine plastic pollution to protecting coastal habitats. Why the diving show? Quite simply because the people who…

New research into coastal habitats

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Climate change is having a significant impact on coastlines and estuaries around the world. Severe weather events, rising sea levels and coastal erosion are an increasing threat to ecosystems and…

Research Publication – Citizen Science and Microplastic Surveys

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In 2018 we decided to develop a citizen science project that would be able to make a contribution to our knowledge and understanding of microplastics in the ocean. The project…

Diving into the (sea)weeds

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It has been great to be working alongside researchers and students from the University of Portsmouth recently who are conducting research into the incredible kelp habitats that can be found…

Mangrove Wildlife – The Gambia

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In March 2023 Just One Ocean visited The Gambia to do research for a new citizen science project, The Big Mangrove Survey. While filming supporting videos for the project we…