Protecting marine and coastal ecosystems from pollution and addressing the impacts of ocean acidification is the aim of this UN Sustainable Development Goal. Find out more with host Greg Foot, Helen Czerski and UKRI GCRF Researcher Elisa Morgera.

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Greg Foot is a Science Journalist on BBC TV & Radio (including BBC Radio 4’s ‘The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread?’), a successful Podcaster (‘Surprisingly Brilliant’) & popular YouTuber (including ‘Let’s Go Live’ & ‘BBC Earth’). He also gives talks on his science adventures & runs public engagement training around the world. He is a member of Cheltenham Science Festival Advisory Group.

Helen Czerski is a physicist, oceanographer, broadcaster, author and bubble enthusiast. Her academic home is the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University College London. She is a regular science presenter on the BBC, and a writer, with a regular science column for the Wall Street Journal. Storm in a Teacup, her first book, was published in 2016. She is a member of Cheltenham Science Festival Advisory Group.

Elisa Morgera is Professor of Global Environmental Law and Co-Director of Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance. She is Director of the UKRI GCRF One Ocean Hub.


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