In our final blog post before Christmas 2016 we take a look at back at our most popular digital content from the past year. We also share some information you might find useful over the festive period.
The BBC’s Planet Earth II has been an outstanding television series, perfectly illustrating the dialectic relationship we have with nature, and helping to re-engage many in the debate on how we protect our wildlife whilst supporting a growing economy, providing …
The MMO is one of a number of Government organisations involved in Project Kraken – conducting intelligence-led enforcement activities in the marine area.
How would we work if something went wrong in our seas?
This week the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) launched the consultation on the Draft South Marine Plans. The consultation will be open between 7 November 2016 and 27 January 2017. Stakeholders will be able to comment via the MMO’s Citizen Space …
On the day the MMO publish their Annual Sea Fisheries Statistics, Lisa Richardson (MMO, Senior Statistical Officer) tells us a little about the work that goes into preparing the statistics.
Dr Shaun Nicholson, Head of Marine Licensing at the Marine Management Organisation (MMO), explains more about the decision-making process for applications and how the public can have their say on proposed activities.
Today is #TalkLikeAPirateDay and I wanted to share some information on the work the IUU team do to implement the IUU Regulation on behalf of the UK and prevent illegally caught fish from coming across our border.
The MMO’s involvement in the Thames Tideway Tunnel project represents a new approach, not only in how we work with marine licensing applicants but also in some of the methods being used to construct the development.
Marine Conservation Officer, Monika Van Wyk talks marine pollution and the proposed ban on microplastics.