The Celtic Seas Partnership is an international project that is part funded by LIFE+, the EU’s funding instrument for the environment. The Project aims to draw people together from across the Celtic Seas to set up collaborative and innovative approaches to managing their marine environment. We want to put the people that use the sea at the heart of management and offer them the opportunity to influence how their marine environment will be managed in the years to come.
The Celtic Seas are home to a wide range of marine habitats that support a diversity of marine wildlife and some of the major migratory fish stocks of the North East Atlantic including Atlantic mackerel, blue whiting and sea bass. They are also incredibly important to people across Europe who are dependent upon the Celtic Seas for both their livelihoods and well-being.