The rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus is disrupting the travel plans and the daily life of people all around the world. For us at WILDSEA Europe, the health and wellbeing of our customers, our community of ecotourism operators and our Team are our first concern. Whether you are on the road at the… […]
Ocean and health citizen science program launched!
A new Citizen Science Program launches today, run in collaboration with WILDSEA Europe and the Seas, Oceans and Public Health in Europe project.
The Program is an opportunity to understand how marine ecotourism operators contribute to both healthy coastal living and ocean literacy.
Do you run a business offering great diving or snorkelling experiences, sea-kayaking tours, whale & dolphin watching trips, boat tours, surfing or other coastal & marine activities in Europe’s Atlantic coastline?
The WAOH! Route partners will be rolling out a set of… […]
Representatives of the WILDSEA Atlantic Ocean Heritage Route (“WAOH! Route”) from Portugal, Spain, Ireland and the UK will gather in Porto on November 14th, 2018 to celebrate the Route’s first International Stakeholder Workshop. The Workshop, which will take place in the framework… […]
The WILDSEA Europe network is teaming up with the "Seas, Ocean and Public Health in Europe" project (SOPHIE) to advance knowledge on the connections between Ocean & Human Health. If you are a Member to our network, you too can take part in this innovative Project and reap its benefits for your… […]
If you care for the Ocean, now is the time to let your voice be heard. Surfrider Foundation Europe has launched the Voice for the Ocean campaign. This extraordinary initiative will enable citizens from across Europe to voice their priorities concerning several issues and make Ocean protection one of… […]
Dear human beings, dear women and men, dear sons and fathers, mothers and daughters, sisters, brothers and above all lovers:
I, the Ocean, have been sending you words in the waves and the winds, words written on the tides, the bubbles, on the surf, on the salty air that sticks to your hair. I have… […]
We are currently living a turn in paradigms when it comes to the way we relate to our environment, from the uttermost basic and mundane questioning of business practices that are detrimental to our natural surroundings and how we can change them, to far more complex issues intertwined with our daily… […]