P1 Marine Foundation

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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Contact Info
  • Address: Queen Anne Mansions
    86/87 Wimpole Street
    London W1G 9RL
    United Kingdom
  • Phone: +44 (0) 20 7935 4977
  • Email: info@powerboatp1.com


Powerboat P1 partners with Audubon Florida to help protect birds

Sarasota sees powerboat racing teams arriving for this weekend’s Grand Prix (June 30-July 2) and, along with its marine and coastal conservation charity P1 Marine Foundation, race promoter Powerboat P1 is joining forces with Audubon Florida to raise awareness of the need to protect beach-nesting birds throughout the summer. Audubon Florida is dedicated to protecting birds and the habitat they need for survival, and for more than a century has encouraged people to take care of the places Continued

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Damage caused by deep-seabed mining ‘extensive and irreversible’

From: Marine Industry News www.marineindustrynews.co.uk Wednesday, March 31st, 2023 A new report by wildlife conservation charity, Fauna & Flora, reveals growing evidence of the risks associated with deep-seabed mining, and concludes that its negative impacts are likely to be ‘extensive and irreversible’. Deep-seabed mining is the propose ... Continued

Litter surveys reveal the state of UK beaches

From: Marine Industry News www.marineindustrynews.co.uk Wednesday, March 22nd, 2023 The Marine Conservation Society has released its data about 2022’s beach clean. And while some aspects of the clean-up are better than in previous years, there is still a fantastically long way to go – with wet wipes, glass bottles, cigarette butts and plas ... Continued

Microplastics in global oceans rise tenfold to 171 trillion pieces

From: Marine Industry News www.marineindustrynews.co.uk Wednesday, March 9th, 2023 A new scientific study has found that there are now 171 trillion pieces of plastic estimated to be floating in the world’s oceans. The data suggests this is an increase from an estimated concentration of 16 trillion pieces in 2005. Authors of the study, spearhea ... Continued

24 May 2023

England launches first Marine and Coastal Wildlife Code

Article from, Marine Industry News England today launches its first national Marine and Coastal Wildlife Code, designed to help people visit the coast responsibly. Developed in collaboration with or ... Continued ...

05 Mar 2023

Dropping highly protected marine areas in UK ‘disappointing’, say conservation groups

From: Marine Industry News www.marineindustrynews.co.uk Wednesday, March 1st, 2023 Lindisfarne in Northu ... Continued ...

05 Mar 2023

Positive Ocean News!

From the Marine Conservation Society Website: It’s been a good month for our ocean, so we’ve rounded up some positive news stories from February to celebrate. Greater Skellig Coast becomes Ireland’s f ... Continued ...

22 Feb 2023

New partnership helps sailors to protect seagrass meadows

From: Marine Industry News www.marineindustrynews.co.uk A new campaign is helping sailors do their part to ... Continued ...

07 Feb 2023

UK launches £77m competition for clean maritime technology

Marine Industry News Tuesday www.marineindustrynews.co.uk The UK government has ringfenced  ... Continued ...

30 Aug 2022

P1 Marine Foundation Supports New Tampa Bay Watch Discovery Center Exhibit

Educational exhibit opening on Friday will feature a variety of frog and toad species found in Florida and highlight the threat from invasive species ... Continued ...

24 Aug 2022

Nearly all marine species face extinction risk by end of century unless emissions are curbed

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18 Jul 2022

Atlantic Ocean ‘pretty much dead’ says scientist as plankton wiped out

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17 Mar 2022

Plastic pollution: Green light for 'historic' treaty

By Helen Briggs: BBC News : Environment correspondent ... Continued ...

25 Feb 2022

European group to raise €4 billion to help reduce plastic in our oceans

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