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Eyesea welcomes Ellen Barker

Eyesea are very pleased to welcome our latest and, at 23, the youngest Eyesea Ambassador – the inspirational Ellen Barker. Ellen cares passionately about the ocean and is working for Döhle Yachts on the Isle of Man. She is a keen surfer, has taken part in clean-ups and Eyesea mapping, and has some very exciting ideas for the Eyesea […]

Lisbon Ferrao interview

The truth is, I do this work not because I believe it alone can can completely change the world. I don’t want to grow old and feel like I did nothing to prevent it. I want to be able to say ‘I tried.’ – Lisbon Ferrao https://lnkd.in/dae4Kz5w

Eyesea is very proud to support the Luna Story Foundation

An inspirational story about how a few people can make an enormous difference. Eyesea is very proud to support the Luna Story Foundation – but the credit goes entirely to Lisbon ferrao and Zsuzsanna (and the kids!). https://thethinkpot.in/reclaiming-mumbais-shores-a-familys-coastal-cleanup-quest/

World Clean-Up Day 2023

World Clean-Up Day 2023, Subic Bay, The Philippines. Amazing to see the Eyesea flag flying and seafarers looking after their community – thank you Judas Thaddeus Bonghanoy and the team from NSB GROUP (REEDEREI NSB Niederelbe Schiffahrtsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG).

World Clean-Up Day 2023

World Clean-Up Day 2023. RHL Reederei Hamburger Lloyd GmbH & CO KG at Manila Bay Beach. Thank you to Hauke Pane and the team for this fantastic effort, and your support of Eyesea.

Eyesea at London International Shipping Week to SPNL

Eyesea presentation by Graeme Somerville-Ryan at the London International Shipping Week to SPNL Tower Bridge Engine Room https://www.linkedin.com/posts/graemesomervilleryan_shipping-london-lisw2023-activity-7108113257718063104-MWwh?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_ios

New Zealand’s Neptune Pacific Direct Line join the Eyesea family

New Zealand’s Neptune Pacific Direct Line join the Eyesea family. NPDL will provide a significant boost to our monitoring efforts in the Pacific region, allowing us to collect more data and enhance our understanding of the environmental challenges facing the region. Thank you Greg Wilson, Humphrey Shand, Sarah Uasike…and thank you to Eyesea Ambassador James […]

Eyesea Plymouth

Fantastic to see green pins. The SHIPS Project putting in the hard yards in Plymouth.

A remarkable map from the Galápagos Islands

A remarkable map from the Galápagos Islands, and another ‘plastic’ match between Eyesea’s observational data, clean up work, and satellite spectrometry.