Why you should read SOS Jersey’s latest report Recommended reading! This easy-to-view report from SOSJ (Save Our Shoreline Jersey) focuses on a number of threats to our population and environment: – Nitrogen pollution entering St Aubin’s Bay (HINT: Our annual
‘The Threats to Our Marine Environment – a Ten-Year Study by SOS Jersey, Demonstrating the Urgent Need for Independent Environmental Regulation.’ The 30-page, fully illustrated report includes results of the SOSJ ’10 Year Snapshot in Time’ shellfish study’ 2009 –
SOS Jersey wish you a happy Christmas 2018 and a peaceful New Year that includes time around our beautiful coastline! Here’s a letter to you all from SOSJ’s founder and Co-ordinator, David Cabeldu.
Here’s an update on our sampler-volunteers request, and a link to a radio interview on the subject.
WANTED – CAN YOU HELP? [PLEASE SHARE]. We’re looking for a University graduate, undergraduate or A level student with interest in marine biology for a few afternoons next month (July).
In this short report, we will look at the problems we are experiencing with the Island’s water supplies and marine environment.
We are very honoured to have received, for auction to raise much-needed funds, a unique gift of four small original mounted water colours, painted by well-known and sought after local artist Ian Rolls.
In recognition of their longstanding and important stakeholder role with the island’s environmental and closely associated matters, Michael du Pre (SOSJ Chairman) and David Cabeldu (SOSJ Coordinator) were invited to a discussion with the Chief Minister on 18 September 2014 about
With next month’s elections looming, we’re interviewing as many of the candidates as possible on areas of concern both in terms of candidates’ respective parishes and SOS Jersey’s concerns.
Below follows a short extract from a description of events that took place between the end of April and early May 2009 provided by the Project Manager’s Representative (Babtie Fichtner) followed by a series of photographs taken by him on