Environment Agency: The variety of fish which live in the River Thames has been highlighted by an Environment Agency fisheries survey along the river supported by volunteers from the Zoological Society of London. Specialist fisheries teams surveyed fish populations at 8 locations on the tidal Thames, between Gravesend and Richmond, and identified 17 different species […]

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One boat – the Cornelis Vrolijk 25% – South west ports 4%  – the inherent unfairness of the current quota system is the subject of the current Greenpeace legal challenge. http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/media/press-releases/government-answer-legal-challenge-over-%E2%80%98unfair%E2%80%99-uk-fishing-quota-20150424 Western Daily Press: ‘When the millions of holidaymakers tuck into fish and chips in the coastal resorts of Somerset, Dorset and Devon, the chances […]

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Economist Intelligence Unit: Coastlines and oceans are among the world’s most fragile ecosystems, but they also serve as natural assets that can spur growth and build economies. Successfully managing economic and living resources requires a robust framework that protects the public good while acknowledging the importance of sustainable private-sector investment. But as a report from […]

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