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Launch of SEA Pledge Coastal Tour

Dr. Tony Ribbink and the SEA Pledge team has begun their crusade to educate coastal communities about COP 17 and what they can do to have a positive impact on the future of coasts and oceans. The coastal tour was launched on Wednesday 12 October...



Development of the SEAS Centers

The current situation is that Sustainable Seas Trust and its SEACC partners have been offered land on which to build SEAS Centres at sites along the Eastern Cape and KZN Coasts. Architects have visited the three hectare site at the village of...


New Events Organizer

Mrs Melanie Darlow has assumed responsibility as the events organizer and is filling the events calendar.


Artists Project Earth

Sustainable Seas Trust is proud to have the support of Artists Project Earth in supporting SEA Pledge. Sustainable Seas Trust and the SEACC Student Forum have been to exhibitions, lectures, festivals, workshops, dive events in different parts of...


Coastal Conservation

The START and Trust Sustainability Films projects have a focus on conservation of the biodiversity of estuaries and nearshore sandy and rocky biodiversity.


Coelacanths

Sustainable Seas Trust arose from the African Coelacanth Ecosystem Programme (ACEP) in which the coelacanth was the focus of attention. The coelacanth is featured in the SST logo. In its first years of existence SST worked with the Tanzanian...


START Launches Multidisciplinary Programme

Sustainable Seas Trust is pleased to announce that START has recently launched a multidisciplinary programme in the Hamburg area alongside the Keiskamma Estuary of the Eastern Cape. The project is: The Impact of Climate Change on Food Security...


Welcome

Welcome to the new and evolving website of Sustainable Seas Trust. The new site has just been launched and will grow from day to day with your help and input of ideas, Facebook discussions and pledges. As the page grows you will be able to learn...


Climate Collaboration

The START and RAVAC (Risk and Vulnerability Atlas Centre) programmes held a joint workshop in Hamburg, along the Eastern Cape Coast, with the Keiskamma Trust, members of the local fishing and farming community and ASPIRE to develop collaborative...


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