With so much information available on the web we'd be here forever compiling a comprehensive list of all our favourite sites. The links below therefore reflect the sites that answer the most frequently asked questions sent into our public information unit, and many of these also have their own great links lists.
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Prof Callum Roberts' remarkable new book shows that collapsing fisheries are simply the latest chapter in a long history of unfettered commercialisation of the seas. He goes on to describe how we might restore the splendour and prosperity of the seas through smarter management of our resources and some simple restraint.
Good Catch is a UK based initiative that aims to help people in foodservice navigate the subject of seafood sustainability. A partnership of four organizations – Good Catch will direct foodservice professionals to a range of user-friendly materials and activities that are specifically designed to help restaurants and related businesses improve the sustainability of the seafood they buy, serve and promote.
Formed in the 1970s, IFAW has become a respected force for animal welfare and environmental protection in the UK, with more than 800,000 supporters who support our national and international efforts to protect animals from cruelty and preserve their habitats.
Oceans are the lifeblood of planet Earth, but they are under severe threat from overfishing and pollution. This excellent site has up to date information about how Marine Reserves and protected areas are helping fish stocks to recover, and why we need more of them - fast.
The Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution is an independent standing body established in 1970 to advise the Queen, the Government, Parliament and the public on environmental issues, including the marine environment.