Fishing and aquaculture – using public money to deliver public goods. Fishing and agriculture subsidies can have negative environmental outcomes.  Having exited the EU an opportunity exists to reflect on how public money can be used to deliver benefits for society and the fishing/aquaculture sectors.  A discussion paper considering the extent to which the concept […]

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Global marine renewables leader Ørsted has set an ambition to deliver net-positive biodiversity impacts from all new renewable energy projects it commissions from 2030 at the latest.  “The accelerated global build-out of renewable energy which is needed to decarbonise global energy systems and stop global warming at 1.5°C must take place in balance with nature.” […]

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The recording of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Fisheries’ recent webinar #FishingAndWind event, which explored how the fisheries and offshore wind sectors can collaborate and ensure optimal marine planning outcomes for all involved, is now live on the APPGF website, alongside summaries of speakers’ answers to questions from Parliamentarians and attendees.   Click here Dickon Howell, Howell Marine Consulting and […]

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