High seas £10
What’s in this issue: Marvel at the vastness and importance of the High Seas, and why they need protecting / Wonder at stories of gold divers / Feel the tension of searching for crocodiles in Kakadu / Appreciate the minuscule majesty and life-giving importance of plankton, photographed up close / Revel in the community-led coral conservation work being done by women in Papua New Guinea
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What’s in ISSUE 23 / HIGH SEAS?
THE HIGH SEAS
THE CROCODILES OF KAKADU
AN UNSEEN WORLD
behind the lens (in association with sealegacy)
- Big wave surf champion, environmentalist and social change advocate Dr Easkey Britton finds out how the ocean became the hero of the story instead of the victim throughout 2021. .
Wildlife biologist and presenter Lizzie Daly discusses the wonder of the ocean community at home, in Wales, and the sense of connection and energy it provides her.
Environmentalist and Surfers Against Sewage CEO Hugo Tagholm discusses the importance of personal action and grassroots campaigning to affect meaningful change in the face of the many crises facing Planet Ocean.