Natural Resources Wales (NRW), the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science and Bangor University have placed specialist recording equipment at three locations in the North Anglesey Special Area of Conservation to learn if human made and natural noise affects marine mammals. As part of the Welsh Acoustic Marine Mammal Survey, recordings will be made […]

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The Welsh Government has announced a new action plan to tackle phosphorus pollution. The ‘Relieving Pressures on SAC River Catchments to Support Delivery of Affordable Housing Action Plan’ has several key themes: The need for a joined-up approach and the need for fit for purpose governance and oversight arrangements to support decision making in failing […]

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The First Minister of Wales has announced a £750,000 fund for tidal lagoon research. The money will be available for at least three research projects focusing on the deployment of tidal lagoon technology. The research will help address the barriers that have prevented the development of the technology and give more insight into the benefits […]

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‘Very sensitive subject’: plan to take Welsh water for London stirs painful memories (The Guardian) ‘Drowning’ of village of Capel Celyn to provide water to Liverpool in the 60s remains an emotive issue On a February night 60 years ago, three young men battled through blizzard conditions to plant a bomb at a construction site […]

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