Introducing seavoice. A University of Edinburgh and UN Ocean Decade initiative, this magazine amplifies voices of academics, artists and activists delving into the intricate relationship between culture, climate, and water.
In a world where the impact of climate change on our oceans, rivers, and lakes is becoming increasingly evident, seavoice aims to provide a beacon of hope. Through thought-provoking articles, captivating stories, and insightful interviews, this digital platform sheds light on the intersection between culture and climate.
At seavoice, we believe that understanding the complex dynamics between human culture and the environment is crucial for addressing the challenges we face today. By exploring the stories of those who have a deep connection to bodies of water, we gain a deeper appreciation for the importance of preserving and protecting these invaluable resources.
Through the power of journalism, seavoice aims to foster a sense of urgency and collective responsibility. By amplifying the voices of individuals who are directly impacted by the ocean climate crisis, we hope to inspire action and drive positive change.
We invite you to embark on this journey with us, as we navigate the depths of our oceans, rivers, and lakes. Join us in exploring the rich tapestry of cultures that thrive alongside these bodies of water, and discover the innovative solutions being developed to combat the challenges posed by climate change.
Funded by the Lloyds Register Foundation as an activity of the UN Ocean Decade through the Ocean Decade Heritage Network’s Cultural Heritage Framework Programme, seavoice is more than just a magazine; it is a call to action. Together, let us raise awareness, ignite conversations, and empower individuals to make a difference. Welcome to seavoice, where we add a little more science to our story, and a little more story to our science.