The MMO presented an update on our marine wildlife crime enforcement work at the annual Wildlife Crime Enforcers Conference.
The Head of Enforcement and Compliance for the Blue Belt programme discusses his work to to identify sustainable compliance and enforcement solutions for the UK Overseas Territories.
As a Marine Planner I am also passionate about our marine environment and recently volunteered in the launch of a new initiative which aims to clean up and protect the coastal habitats in Torbay, Devon.
Today marks the publication of a landmark study by scientists
UK Government representatives are attending an international congress in Chile to spread the word about ambitions to protect over 4 million sq km of marine environment around the world.
Reports have again been received of bluefin tuna appearing in UK waters.
Our Senior Marine Licensing Manager Matthew Kinmond answers this question.
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.
Marine Conservation Officer, Monika Van Wyk talks marine pollution and the proposed ban on microplastics.
As human activities in the marine area increase so does underwater noise. Understanding and mitigating the impact of this is an important part of the sustainable development of our seas and protecting the marine environment for future generations.