Want to meet the team and discuss your options? Love The Oceans is doing a tour of universities around England doing talks and fairs all over. Be sure to come along if you’re in the area, most of these talks are open to anyone and everyone! We’re coming to these universities:

Cambridge University 
Heriot-Watt University
Imperial College London
Keele University
Newcastle University
Queen Mary’s University London
University College Dublin
University of Aberdeen
University of Bristol
University of Bath
University of Cardiff
University of Durham
University of Edinburgh
University of Exeter (Falmouth Campus)
University of Glasgow
University of Leeds
University of Liverpool
University of Nottingham
University of Plymouth
University of Southampton
University of St Andrews
University of Warwick
University of York

Specific details of each these talks can be found on our facebook page, including dates.

Email info@lovetheoceans.org for more info. If you’d like us to come and do a talk at your university, get in touch and we’ll see what we can do. This list is always growing and updating so please do check back!

Public Awareness

At Love The Oceans, a large part of what we do is educational outreach. This is both local in Mozambique, but also internationally. We have spoken at many different public events on marine conservation and hope to talk at many more in the future. We’ve talked at COP26, numerous scientific conferences, Plastic Free Me events in the UK, The Adventure Travel Show and many career events covering a range of topics. 

Public awareness events are crucial to showcase the environmental issues we face today. Francesca Trotman, our Founder, does most of our public awareness events.

If you would like Love The Oceans to talk at an event you’re organising, please email info@lovetheoceans.org to enquire.


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