The Sea Change project, a major new initiative to promote Ocean Literacy in Europe, has recently published two new outputs – An Ocean Literacy booklet and animation. Given your interest in this area of work, we wanted to let you know that these products are available to use.
As an intrinsic part of the Sea Change project, all actions and outputs are assessed in terms of their impact in promoting ocean literacy. This helps to refine future Ocean Literacy actions by examining the effectiveness of different strategies.
Therefore, we would really value your opinion on how well these products meet your needs, and those of the wider community.
The two 5-minute surveys below provide you with the opportunity to let us know what you think of these products.
The project administrators are committed to complying with the Data Protection Act 1998 that governs the processing of personal data. Consequently, personal information must be collated and used fairly, stored safely and not disclosed to any other person unlawfully.
The survey will be open to complete until 3rd March 2016.
* Under the condition that this entry is of a minimum quality as expected by the jury, both in terms of the quality and presentation of the idea.
WATCH: Make a Sea Change...
WATCH: Our Ocean Our Oxygen
WATCH: Sea Change: Increasing Ocean Literacy
WATCH: Human Health and the Ocean
New Sea Change Infographics:How to make a Sea Change
in the kitchen, bathroom, supermarket, office,
on the commute, and when eating on the go.
The Sea Change Project has developed a number of promotional materials to be used to spread the word about the project and about Ocean Literacy. Partners and interested parties are encouraged to distribute the project material through their networks and at relevant events. More materials and resources will be added as they become available.
To view and download the Sea Change promotional materials, click on the images above. The factsheet is a four page A4 booklet (A3 folded). Best quality gives colour copy on at least 160 gsm paper (200 gsm is ideal). Professional printing is recommended.
Sea Change is an EU H2020 funded project that aims to establish a fundamental “Sea Change” in the way European citizens view their relationship with the sea, by empowering them, as Ocean Literate citizens, to take direct and sustainable action towards a healthy ocean, healthy communities and ultimately a healthy planet.Find out more
The ocean makes planet Earth a habitable place to live and the marine environment is a source of vital human health benefits.Find out more
The Sea Change consortium consists of 17 partners from nine different countries, coordinated by the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom.
This consortium, which comprises nine public research organisations, one SME, five non profit organisations and two higher education institutions, brings together selected experts to collectively provide the knowledge, competence, skills and facilities needed for ensuring a good project development, the achievement of project objectives and the successful delivery of project results.
Sea Change Coordinator
Sea Change Coordinator
Marine Biological Association
Citadel Hill, Plymouth,
PL1 2PB, United Kingdom