At the Ocean Conservation Trust, our aim is to give the Ocean a voice – and to bring it to the forefront of everyone’s mind.
We are involved in a diverse range of projects to fulfil this goal. Take a look at our work below.
A goal of the Ocean Conservation Trust is to create an Ocean literate generation.
Ocean Literacy in Action
As well as communicating our own conservation work, we showcase to hundreds of thousands of visitors the amazing work that other charities carry out.
At the Ocean Conservation Trust, people are at the heart of our mission. That is why we want to bring together a group of individuals who are passionate about the Ocean to become our Ocean Advocates.
Plymouth Plan for Plastics is an in-depth, multi-organisational plan to reduce the amount of single use plastic that is consumed across our city
Plymouth Plan for Plastics
Arts and culture have an important role to play in our work and help us to connect even more people to our Ocean in a way that is meaningful to them.
Art and the Ocean
Eating sustainable fish is key positive message that the Ocean Conservation Trust promotes. To help people to make informed sustainable choices, 'Sound Fish: Know What You Eat' was created.
Sound Fish Sustainable Seafood Guide
At the Ocean Conservation Trust, we are passionate that the next decade catalyses action to protect the Ocean for the future.
UN Ocean Decade
We have conducted in-depth research within our centre of Ocean excellence – the National Marine Aquarium – proving the benefits of blue space to our wellbeing. This confirmed what we have always known about the Ocean...