In September 2010, P1 launched a registered charity which has as its principal objective the promotion of the conservation, protection and improvement of the marine and coastal environment. The Foundation focuses on conservation by supporting research, raising awareness of serious threats to the oceans and creating selected partnerships.
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P1 Marine Foundation was established in September 2010 with the aim of on focusing on conservation by supporting research, raising awareness of serious threats to the oceans and creating selected partnerships. Our mission is to enhance understanding of the value of marine life together with increased personal responsibility, particularly amongst young people.
The P1 Marine Foundation recognises the huge ecological importance of the marine and coastal environment in that it is irreplaceable and essential. Consequently, it is committed to conservation by creating partnerships, raising awareness of the need to act and engaging in practical conservation because everyone relies on the oceans to survive.
The P1 Marine Foundation believes that education is a fundamental element in protecting the our oceans, wildlife and beaches. This involves challenging, engaging, educating and influencing people, partners and communities.
To encourage initiatives and projects to raise awareness of the marine environment, its importance to us and the need for conservation. We want to help achieve social change for healthy seas and coasts.
We seek to create partnerships aimed at developing solutions to help protect and promote the health of our oceans and coasts. This needs us to stop taking too much out of our seas through overfishing and stop putting too much into our seas by way of marine litter and pollution.