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A project funded by a Sea-Changers grant has found there are more than 700 seals living in the Thames Estuary. Teams of volunteers carried out the count by air, land and water and recorded 708 grey and harbour seals along the Thames for the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) survey. Find out more about the project and watch a video about it here.

On June 13th 2013 Helen Webb, from Sea-Changers, took part in a panel discussion at Thinkspace, London Imperial College titled, ‘iCampaigning – Can Digital Save the Seas?’ The event was organised by jpcreative part of a thought provoking networking and discussion series, exploring the way digital innovations shape the world we live, work and create in. The event can be viewed on You Tube.

  

Expedition cruise company Noble Caledonia has agreed a charity partnership with Sea-Changers aimed at raising significant additional funds for UK marine conservation projects. Funds will be raised via a combination of on-board fundraising activities and opportunities for guests to donate, as a way of off-setting the environmental impact of their cruise. The partnership will operate on all of the company’s British Isles based cruises from the 2014 season. 100% of the money raised by Noble Caledonia’s guests will be passed on to relevant marine conservation charities and projects, with no administration costs subtracted.

 

You can show your love of the sea to all your Facebook friends and followers thanks to the hard work of designer Andy Wainwright.  Andy has produced a series of beautiful, and thought provoking ocean based banners which will fit perfectly on your facebook page.  So download one today to show your love for the sea and, spread the word about Sea-Changers

  

Sea-Changers are very pleased to welcome Sarah Brown to our Board of Trustees. Sarah brings a wealth of relevant experience to the trustee role. She currently works as Project Manager, for the Firth of Clyde Forum and is also Director of the consultancy Cradle to Wave, which specialises in environmental sustainability issues. She also previously worked in an environment role at the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) 

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