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Five New Year’s resolutions that will help the oceans

Five New Year’s resolutions that will help the oceans By Stuart Buchanan / 29 December 2014

New Year’s resolutions are hard. Whether it’s quitting smoking or trying to lose weight, many of the lofty goals we set for ourselves don’t make it past the end of January.

So how about making small lifestyle changes that can help the planet instead? Even the smallest behavioural shift can benefit our oceans – and here are five ways to do it.

Spy on penguins from the comfort of your computer ... for science!

Spy on penguins from the comfort of your computer ... for science! 22 December 2014

Got some spare time during the holidays to do some penguin-spotting?

Acoustic telemetry study to be done on leervis/garrick migrations

Acoustic telemetry study to be done on leervis/garrick migrations 15 December 2014

The Two Oceans Aquarium to do another research project – this time an acoustic telemetry study on leervis/garrick migrations.

Ocean Basket and sustainable seafood

Ocean Basket and sustainable seafood By Bianca Engel – Deputy to Head of Education at the Two Oceans Aquarium's Environmental Education Centre / 2 December 2014

The Two Oceans Aquarium’s Environmental Education Centre recently ran a SASSI training course, specifically for Ocean Basket staff.

Come waddling through the Waterfront with us on Saturday

Come waddling through the Waterfront with us on Saturday 8 October 2014

The school holidays are here!

We hope you’re having a great break so far this week. Remember that there’s plenty to sea at the Aquarium during the break.