If someone had told me a year ago that I would be doing my dream job in my fluffy slippers from the comfort of my flat, I would have burst out laughing and asked if they needed some water.
Mindfully Wired’s once-Intern Jacob Ashton has returned from ‘Montserrat’s magnificent underwater world’ reincarnated as our new Policy & Communications Officer. So, of course, the first thing we asked him to do was write a blog about it. Read about his experience volunteering for educational NGO Fish N Fins - turtle encounters and all.
At the foundation of the ocean food web, plankton are critical to all life in the ocean. Bec tells us the power these microscopic creatures have in our oceans and beyond the shoreline.
One of the most satisfying things about running a business is seeing ideas come to life – especially when they’re your own. In her latest blog, MWC Director Katrina outlines the birth, development, and delivery of our first ever #MindfullyGrown project.
Have you heard the term ‘High Seas’, blinked, perhaps nodded, and continued about your day none-the-wiser as to what those two - relatively small, simple - words actually mean in combination? It’s one of those terms that crops up in the marine world, and means a whole lot more than you’d expect. Communications Intern Sophie Manson explains…
It’s a tale of tartan, tears, tension, and triumph. It’s the Fishing News Awards - through MWC Project Manager Harriet’s eyes.