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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.


Concern about marine pollution and conservation is growing amongst UK surfers, a recent online survey aimed at the surfing public has shown. The survey aimed to find out if those who enjoy surfing as a leisure pursuit are concerned about the marine environment and conservation issues. It was commissioned in January 2013 by Sea-Changers in collaboration with Surfers Against Sewage, and was completed by 300 surfers.


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) 

Defra is undertaking a vital consultation for the future of UK seas and the creation of MCZ (marine consultation Zones). Originally, 127 potential sites were chosen as MCZs but the Government has now slashed this number to just 31. Sea-Changers have submitted their views of the Government's proposals and you can read our response in full here.

The key points of our response include:


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