Blog, Slider Meet Soul #SoulOfTheSea Welcome to our newest member of the Clean Seas Please character gang!Without further ado, let’s have him introduce himself to you! #SoulOfTheSea Hello all!My name is Soul the Seal.  I know my name can come across as an unusual, but my parents chose Continue Reading Blog, Slider 5 Easy ways to be more environmentally friendly at home By being environmentally friendly we can protect the planet by helping to reduce our carbon footprint, in so doing we can help to protect wildlife and slow the effects of global warming.   Here are some easy ways to do this:   Microfiber bags:  Microfibers Continue Reading Blog, Slider Recycling Health Protection In our previous blog was mentioned how in some ways the recent state of the world has been great to the environment. As heavy industries are shutting down and there are fewer cars on roads, decreasing the greenhouse gases and Continue Reading Blog, Slider Climate Change and the Corona Virus By Noora Since the COVID-19 pandemic and the governments’ efforts to stop it from spreading by limiting social connections of people, the majority has stayed and worked from home. In Finland for example, the most virus spread region is in isolation Continue Reading Blog, Slider Things to do While Stuck Home By Noora   Now that almost the whole globe is in a lockdown and people are advised to stay indoors and avoid as much social gatherings and travelling as possible. Living in isolation and unknown times, can not only be stressful but Continue Reading Blog, Slider Ways to recycle your Single Use Plastics As convenient and easy to use plastic is, we are producing over 300 million tons of plastic every year. Around half of all plastics are only used once, but will remain on the planet for hundreds of years. (For Continue Reading Blog, Slider The best 10 plastic alternatives - we have tried them all Plastic is a very hot topic when discussing global warming. Plastics are commonly used due to its diverse usefulness. It can be coloured, melted, shaped and squashed into a multitude of different shapes or forms. However, plastics are frequently littering Continue Reading Blog, Slider Sustainable Christmas Alternative Wrapping Ideas The season of giving and receiving is just around the corner, and most of us are already panicking more or less about the pressure that comes with the holidays. All the stress of wrapping the gifts and preparing Continue Reading Blog, Slider Unblocktober - the fight against F.O.G.s (part 2) 5 tips to reduce F.O.G.s (fats, oils, greases) at home and in your community. + 3 extras For kid friendly activity scroll to the bottom of the page DO scrape food scraps into the trash or compost. If and when it Continue Reading Blog, Slider Unblocktober - the fight against F.O.G.s (part I.) Fat, oil and grease in liquid form may not appear to be harmful, but as it cools it congeals and hardens. It sticks to the inner lining of drainage pipes and restricts the wastewater flow causing the pipes to block. Continue Reading

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EXPLORE THE DEPTH

Join our ‘DEEP SEA DIVERS’ in discovering what lies beneath 

SECONDARY

Join our ‘ORCA POD’  and find our secondary level educational resources  

PRIMARY

Join our ‘DOLPHIN SCHOOL’ and find our primary level educational resources 

EARLY YEARS

Join our ‘SEAL RAFT’ to find our early years educational resources

PROBLEMS & SOLUTIONS

Our aim is to show the scale and facts of the problems we are facing in 4 key areas.  

– Single Use Plastic 

– Beach Use

– Plumbing 

 

But we don’t want to just talk about the problems, we also want to focus on the solutions. The actions being taken around the world to tackle these issues

 

WHY WERE BACK

Since the initial Clean Seas Please Champaign was successful why are we back? Since the results came in on (DATE) That we had passed our sea water quality check as is human nature we have become a little bit complacent. So slow but surly our water quality has been drifting back down, Reaching the point we’re we where once again under risk of having Red Flags Flying on our beaches.

WHAT ARE WE DOING

This isn’t an issue than can be solved by a few people, it needs the buy in of the whole community. So what are we doing, we are going out to schools, local events, business talking about the issues, why they matter to them, environmentally, health, economically, ect. and what we could all do help.

We also run regular beach cleans as well as promoting other local groups who have complementary goals