A guest post of humourous prose from Rachel Yalisove I’m sure there’s no need, but just as a reminder, you’re sitting on a boat deck right now. Not any boat, but one that sails. Imagine that, clean energy transport, who knew? I mean if we spilled some oil, we’d get a lot more press, but… More Your Sailboat Journey: Introductory Remarks
Sail Britain and a scientific team from the University of Exeter are conducting what we believe is the first study into the presence of microplastics in the inland freshwater environment of the Norfolk Broads. Microplastic pollution in the aquatic environment is one of the biggest environmental challenges out there. Microplastics are tiny particles, generally less… More Microplastics research on the Norfolk Broads
“How do you bring the underwater world alive for young children?” That was the challenge we faced when Karen Goonewardene and I were planning a creative workshop for the children of St Paul’s Steiner School in Islington, North London, as part of the community outreach side of the Sail Britain Coastline Project. Karen is a… More How do you teach kids about marine noise pollution?