Ocean Preservation Organisations
Links to other groups who are supporting The End of the Line, or are concerned with preserving life in our oceans.
Greenpeace stands for positive change through action. We defend the natural world and promote peace.
The Waitt Family Foundation funds a variety of scientific and environmental programs with an emerging focus on ocean conservation. The foundation also supports the Waitt Institute for Discovery which has a primary focus on nautical archaeology.
MarViva Foundation is an international, non governmental, non profit organisation that works for the conservation and sustainable management of marine and coastal resources.
The Shark Trust works to advance the worldwide conservation of sharks through science, education, influence and action.
The Marine Foundation employs the creative arts to raise awareness, generate change and establish new and sustainable relationships with the oceans.
The Sea Turtle Restoration Project fights to protect endangered sea turtles in ways that make cultural and economic sense to communities that live with them.
WWF create solutions to the planet's most serious environmental challenges so that people and nature thrive.
COAST is a voluntary community organisation which is based on the Isle of Arran. It has over 1,800 members which is approximately 33 per cent of the islands population. COAST was set up over 15 years ago to try to redress the dramatic decline in the Clyde’s marine environment.
The Waterloo Foundation specialises in environmental funding including marine and forestry projects.
Bite-Back is the only marine dedicated organisation in the UK challenging retailers and inspiring them to stop selling inherently vulnerable fish species.
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) campaigns for the protection of marine life in the UK and around the world.
The Wildlife Trusts are the largest UK voluntary organisation dedicated to conserving the full range of the UK’s habitats and species, whether in the countryside, in cities or at sea.
Project AWARE Foundation is a non-profit organisation working with scuba divers and water enthusiasts to conserve aquatic environments through education, advocacy and action.
Unreported and unregulated fishing is destroying marine habitats and threatening the livelihoods of coastal communities who depend on the ocean for their income. Stolen Fish documents the extent and impacts of illegal 'pirate' fishing off the coast of West Africa. Watch the film now