Here, we share a dynamic list of links to access lots of information, from different sources around the globe.
Our ocean is being flooded with four main types of pollution: plastic, sewage, hydrocarbons and underwater noise.
Break Free From Plastic Library
The global movement envisioning a future free from plastic pollution.
Zero Waste Europe library
Stakeholders and citizens need to be empowered with accessible and impactful information to become zero waste and circular economy change agents in their communities. Zero Waste Europe keeps on creating resources to help our common journey towards a zero waste society and future.
Reports, Brochure & presentations
Links to useful downloadable material including our own reports, brochure and presentation
Biodiversity Heritage Library
Inspiring discovery through free access to biodiversity knowledge.
The Biodiversity Heritage Library improves research methodology by collaboratively making biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Environmental Information Data Centre
The Environmental Information Data Centre (EIDC) is part of the Natural Environment Research Council's (NERC) Environmental Data Service and is hosted by the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH). We manage nationally-important datasets concerned with the terrestrial and freshwater sciences.
UK Institutional Repository
This archive (NORA) is the Institutional Repository for research publications and outcomes of staff at the British Antarctic Survey, British Geological Survey, National Oceanography Centre, and UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology.
AIMM is a Portuguese environmental non-governmental and non-profit organisation, founded in 2010 and based in the Algarve, dedicated to the research and conservation of marine species and ecosystems.
Ocean Conservancy is working with you to protect the ocean from today’s greatest global challenges. Together, we create science-based solutions for a healthy ocean and the wildlife and communities that depend on it.
Trash free seas | Boating | Blog
The Green Blue
The Green Blue is the joint environmental programme created by the Royal Yachting Association and British Marine to promote the sustainable use of coastal and inland waters by recreational boating.
Wildlife habitats | Water pollution prevention | Waste recycling | Engine efficiency | Water energy
Plastic Free July® is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution – so we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and beautiful communities. Will you be part of Plastic Free July by choosing to refuse single-use plastics?
Wilder – Rewilding your days is an independent online magazine dedicated to nature journalism.
UNEP’s mission is to provide leadership and encourage partnership in caring for the environment by inspiring, informing, and enabling nations and peoples to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations.
‘Back To Blue’ marries Economist Impact’s global audience and its reputation for objective, independent analysis with The Nippon Foundation’s global reputation for supporting ocean science, data and evidence. This unique initiative aims to have a measurable impact on ocean health.
Brown & Crouppen, P.C. Boating safety guide. Although boating is a recreational activity, safety standards must be taken seriously.
A Consumer’s Guide to Reducing Pollution
Consumer Notice is a consumer advocacy organization dedicated to providing reliable health and safety information and empowering consumers to assert their legal rights. Our team works alongside consumer advocates and legal experts to educate the public on harmful products, drugs and medical devices, digital security, environmental hazards and personal injuries.
The best way to handle, dispose of and recycle asbestos is to hire licensed asbestos abatement professionals. Learn more about how asbestos is recycled and how professionals safely handle and dispose of asbestos-containing materials.