The streaming channel, which launched in 2021, sees 100 per cent of subscriber’s fees go directly towards NGOs supporting ongoing wildlife and conservation efforts.
Harnessing the Natural Assets of The Blue Bioeconomy
The marine microbiome is one of the fastest growing segments of the so-called ‘blue bioeconomy’, and its study is vital for the discovery, understanding, protection and use of ocean resources.
2022 Record Ocean Heat Temperature
A new record of 0-2000m ocean heat content (OHC) was set and recorded in 2022
Orkney Screening for ‘Oceans of Value’
The Scottish Wildlife Trust’s film ‘Oceans of Value’ will be showing at the Phoenix cinema, Kirkwall on Wednesday11th of January.
Rise in Plastic Nurdle Pollution Recorded in 2022
1,365 people took part including groups from 63 organisations.
Scraping The Depths Of Antarctica Reveals New Seaweed
“Finding Palmaria decipiens at 100m depth is important for furthering our knowledge of Antarctica, a continent that is so important to understand for addressing the environmental challenges the world faces today.” Professor Frithjof Kuepper
Seagrass Meadows & Preventing Coastal Erosion
“we can show that their root mats also bind together the underwater sand dunes, effectively reinforcing them.” Eduardo Infantes, a Marine Biologist at the University of Gothenburg
Record Production Of Scottish Farmed Salmon
“Our sector supports more than 2,500 direct and 10,000 indirect jobs, most of which are in some of the country’s most fragile coastal communities, generating hundreds of millions of pounds for our economy.” Tavish Scott, chief executive of Salmon Scotland
Marine Pollution: The Legacy of War
Torn deck plating of the V 1302 John Mahn that was damaged by the bomb that hit amidships Image credit: VLIZ Wrecks contain hazardous substances (such as petroleum and explosives) that may harm the marine environment.
The Missing Notes: The Sound of Biodiversity Loss, Hebrides Redacted
The 30,000 notes in the original music score approximate to the number of Humpback Whales there were in the sea in 1829, when the piece was written.