Correctly dispose of PPE to stop new wave of plastic pollution As of today, in England, face coverings will be required by law while in shops and supermarkets. The rules vary across the UK alongside when using public transport. As more countries urge the public to use these while out and about, it’s important to […]

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Guardian on impact of Freeports   ‘The looming cranes of the Humber’s four ports are surrounded by wildlife, from bitterns and marsh harriers to grey seals, lounging on the mudflats and hunting for fish in the estuary waters. Despite the steady flow of cargo ships in and out of the ports, wildlife has thrived – testament […]

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MMO ‘The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has launched its vision: ‘Our MMO Story – the Next Ten Years’. This sets out the MMO’s aims and how it will achieve its bold ambitions for a prosperous future for our seas, coasts and communities. The seas have never been more important to the future of the planet […]

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A new study suggests that exposure to coastal environments can play a significant role in boosting human health and well-being, due to the ‘therapeutic effects’ marine and coastal landscapes have. In England, 271 million recreational visits are made to coastal environments annually and more than 22 million people live within 5 miles of the coast. The […]

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