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ALICE FORREST // WORLD OCEANS DAY  The Future Of The Ocean: A Positive View The Five Biggest Impacts Facing Our Oceans, plus Five Easy Ways You Can Make A Difference. Don’t worry, this is not another doom & gloom article about how

ALICE FORREST // ENVIRONMENT  Ingestion of plastic by fish destined for human consumption in remote South Pacific Islands This week my research findings - on plastic inside commonly eaten fish in the South Pacific - were published in the Australian Journal of Maritime

FEATURE // ENVIRONMENT // ALICE FORREST There Is No 'Away'. Almost every piece of plastic ever made still exists, which means those items we use for a couple of minutes can last forever. And, potentially end up in our oceans. The amazing image

SMARTER SURFING: Smartfin, A fin so smart it saves your break while you surf Story by Alice Forrest The future of surfboard fins has arrived. Imagine a world where just paddling out at your favourite break would be actively helping to protect

Story by Alice Forrest Last week saw a conservative estimate of the amount of plastic in our oceans set at 5 trillion pieces. It also saw a Risso’s dolphin wash up on a Sydney beach, with a plastic bag in its gut.

Story by Alice Forrest I’m currently anchored out at the legendary Cloudbreak, Fiji on a catamaran watching a white froth of waves breaking along the horizon. However it isn’t the perfect peeling waves or the rainbow wonderland of snorkelling that have

Story by Alice Forrest He comes closer and before I know it I’m flying under the water, twirling in an intimate dance. It’s one of those moments where everything stops and for infinity I’m staring into his eye, and he’s staring

Story by Alice Forrest The past fortnight has seen a baby dolphin and 3 young whales caught on shark control equipment in QLD. The dolphin was critically injured with a drumline hook through its side, while 2 whales were released and

Story by Alice Forrest After over 36 long hours stranded on Queensland’s Palm Beach, a juvenile humpback was rescued on Thursday morning and is now swimming free. Alongside ORRCA volunteers  the rescuers spent many exhausting hours working to get her to freedom. Teams

With Alice Forrest She is not only a girl of the sea, she's a girl who lives for the sea. Alice Forrest's whole life is dedicated to protecting what we love. She's 26 and has a fire in her belly to help