Replacing meat with certain types of sustainably sourced seafood could help people to reduce their carbon footprints without compromising on nutrition, finds an analysis of dozens of marine species that are consumed worldwide.     The study, published on 8 September in Communications Earth & Environment, suggests that farmed bivalves — shellfish such as mussels, clams […]

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A new report published by Seas At Risk and Oceana shows that bottom trawling can be largely replaced in the EU by less aggressive fishing gears.     The NGOs say that switching to readily available alternatives to bottom trawling offers multiple benefits, such as dramatically improving fisheries resources, protecting the seabed and marine habitats […]

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The Crown Estate and The British Marine Aggregate Producers Association (BMAPA) have released two reports: the annual Area Involved report and 2022 Aggregates Review.     Firstly, The Crown Estate and BMAPA have published their 24th annual Area Involved report, detailing changes in the area of seabed licensed and dredged for marine aggregates during 2021. Information […]

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