Month: February 2020

Help shape the direction of our regional economy

Dumfries & Galloway Council and Scottish Borders Council are looking for representatives from across a range of sectors to apply to become a member of a new partnership body which will play key role in driving forward the South of Scotland regional economy. This new Regional Economic Partnership (REP) will bring the Councils, the new… Read more »

Cumbria Wildlife Trust seeks a Marine Futures Intern

The Marine Futures Internship Programme offers a unique opportunity to candidates who are passionate and enthusiastic about the marine environment. The Marine Futures Intern will gain skills, knowledge and experience across a variety of sectors in this exciting field to help direct and shape their future career ambitions. This internship programme is funded by The… Read more »

The Great Global Nurdle Hunt 13 – 22 March 2020

This year between 13 – 22 March the Great Global Nurdle Hunt are calling for individuals, groups and organisations to head out to their local beach and take part in the #GreatGlobalNurdleHunt! Its easy, fun and contributes valuable data to the map. Taking part will support the calls for industry and government to make changes… Read more »

Environmental Film, 2040, at the Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre

The film 2040 will show on Thursday 12 March at the Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre in Dumfries. This is an Australian documentary in which director Damon Gameau (‘That Sugar Film’) proposes ways to improve our planet and fix the climate crisis. Practical solutions to environmental concerns are addressed with the hope that the filmmaker’s… Read more »

New Exhibition at Ottersburn Gallery – Ode to the Sea

Ottersburn Gallery are launching their first event, Ode to the Sea, from 14 to 28 March by Emily Tough. In this exhibition she will explore the effects of climate change on our oceans. Emily takes up residence here from 26 Feb to create the work for her exhibition. Come visit! You can find more information… Read more »

Registration Open for Scottish Fishing Conference 2020: From Innovation to Action

With a persistent limelight on our sea fisheries and marine environment, the emergence of new technologies, climate impacts, and a growing understanding of the role fishers, scientists and communities play in fisheries management – we’re at a pivotal moment for Scottish seafood. Fishing Innovation Scotland believes that innovation is the key to releasing the untapped… Read more »

North West Coastal Forum urge sectors to engage in draft English NW Marine Plans Consultation

Draft North West Inshore and Offshore Marine Plans have been produced by the Marine Management Organisation in England. The North West Coastal Forum has produced a range of posters that provide more information to help you respond to the public consultation on the draft plans. Fishers can learn more – download Poster_Fishing If you sail… Read more »

Two vacancies available in fisheries management with NWIFCA

NWIFCA is lead regulator protecting the inshore marine environment and fisheries in NW England. NWIFCA District extends from the Welsh border in the south to the Scottish border in the north and seawards out to 6 miles. Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Advisor (Based in Carnforth) Working in a Team of 4 under the direction of the… Read more »