Support Marine Wildlife
Our vision for Yorkshire’s coastline is a connected, protected stretch of land and sea where wildlife can thrive. Sadly, this vision is under threat. The 20,000 tonnes of litter which drift into the North Sea each year present an enormous challenge to coastal and marine life: as many as 95% of North Sea fulmars surveyed were found to have plastic in their stomachs. Ingestion of, and entanglement in, plastic is a huge threat to our wildlife, and there is also growing evidence to suggest that microplastics are making their way into our diets through the seafood we eat.
Will you help our marine work today?
Together, we can establish healthy, wildlife-rich coasts and thriving seas across Yorkshire. We all need to do our part to protect marine wildlife. Anything you can give would be very gratefully received, but, as a suggestion: