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18 July 2024  |  Admin
Saving UK coastlines

Last week, Athena Allen, Marine Ecologist at NatureBureau and I attended the annual Restoring Meadow, Marsh and Reef (ReMeMaRe) (pronounced “re-memory”) conference in Scarborough.

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10 July 2024  |  Admin
How do you become a marine scientist?

Entering marine science requires passion and dedication. Start with a love for the marine environment and its conservation. Education in marine biology or oceanography is beneficial, but hands-on experience through volunteering and citizen science projects is invaluable. Careers range from research and environmental advising to consultancy. Gaining skills in both marine and terrestrial fields can enhance your expertise. Join the effort to protect our oceans and make a difference in this vital and evolving field.

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10 July 2024  |  Admin
Welcome our new members

We are thrilled to announce the addition of Dr. Lissa Batey and Helen Walsh to our team. Dr. Batey, with over 20 years in marine conservation, has inspired many through her work at The Wildlife Trusts and now as Senior Marine Ecologist at NatureBureau Ltd. Helen Walsh, our new Design and Publications Manager, brings over 20 years of science communication experience, working with organizations like The Wildlife Trusts and the UN Environment Programme. Their combined expertise in conservation and communication will greatly enhance our projects and initiatives. Welcome, Dr. Lissa Batey and Helen Walsh! Stay tuned for updates on their innovative work.

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