Our four key principles define how we act. As such, we’re passionate about:
- educating the wider community on the presence and importance of seagrass ecosystems, the services they provide and current seagrass management issues,
- building the capacity of local stakeholders in the use of standardised scientific methodologies,
- promoting and assisting with long-term monitoring of seagrass condition,
- assisting with scientific research and supporting conservation measures that help facilitate the long-term resilience of seagrass ecosystems.
To lead societal change to enable the recognition, recovery and resilience of seagrass ecosystems globally; that provide biodiversity, equitable and sustainable livelihoods, and planetary life support.
A world in which seagrass meadows are thriving, abundant and well managed for people and planet.
Project Seagrass was created with the intention with reversing the loss of seagrass by turning research into effective conservation action and communication through partnerships with local communities and other stakeholders.
If our journey as an organisation has taught us anything, it is that achieving our mission begins with how we build our team and how we work together. As a dedicated interdisciplinary team we are passionate about securing a future for seagrass. We believe; indeed, experience has taught us, that only by bringing together a diverse range of identities, experiences and perspectives can we respond to global challenges.