Project Seagrass

Advancing seagrass conservation through education, influence, research and action  

Project Seagrass in the News

Making Waves - below you will find seagrass news, articles, and other media coverage featuring the work of Project Seagrass and wider research team.


Indonesians plant trees to nurse seagrass back to health in Wakatobi, Mongabay, 31st October

How hurricanes such as Irma and Maria can devastate the Caribbean marine environment, The Conversation, 25th September

Seagrass meadow research aided by app launch, BBC, 24th April

Seagrass spotters sought, West Highland Free Press, 22nd November

Call to help map coastline plant, John O'Groat Journal, 11th November

Scilly Has Healthiest Seagrass Beds In The Country, ScillyToday, 13th January


Protection of our marine life needs more than marine protected areas, we need to make it resilient, ScienceDaily, 23rd November

Seagrass meadows – carbon sinks and fishery powerhouses, BluePlanetSociety, 9th November

Ensuring the Resilience of Seagrass Meadows, Conservation Jobs, 18th September

Call for more protection for seagrass meadows, BBC News, 27th June


For the love of cod, let’s save our disappearing seagrass, The Conversation, 29th October

Seagrass fish feeding grounds 'lost like rain forests', BBC News, 12th August

Why are our sea prairies under serious threat?, WalesOnline, 18th June

Seagrass conservation in Indonesia protects fisheries, World Fishing, 3rd April

Seagrass restoration could reverse marine biodiversity decline, World Fishing, 11th February


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