North Sea Marine Planning Officer York, Doncaster or Flamborough 35 hours per week £30,993 – £34,106 per annum  Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is one of the UK’s fastest growing nature conservation organisations and seeks to appoint a North Sea Marine Planning Officer. As the Trust seeks to significantly enhance our influence in the marine planning system, this is […]

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Marine Survey Lead Company Description Thomson environmental consultants: The independent, employee-owned consultancy, chosen by successful clients, admired by competitors, and the place to work preferred by top specialists. With offices across the UK, our experts are committed to delivering our clients exceptional outcomes across a range of environmental services and ecological contracting. Position Would you […]

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The EU’s Copernicus Climate Service have confirmed that April 2024 temperatures was the hottest on record. The Service routinely publishes monthly climate bulletins reporting on the changes observed in global surface air and sea temperatures, sea ice cover and hydrological variables. All the reported findings are based on computer-generated analyses and according to ERA5 reanalysis […]

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The Scottish Government and teams have published a paper detailing the positive results of targeted protection for the critically endangered flapper skate within a Marine Protected Area (MPA). Evidence informed MPAs The Loch Sunart to the Sound of Jura MPA was established in 2014 with fisheries measures, such as fisheries closures and fishing gear restrictions, […]

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‘Deeply concerning’ failures to properly implement regulations designed to protect rivers, lakes and coastal waters in England mean key targets for improvement will be missed, a report by the Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) has found. The OEP has carried out a review of the key legislation regarding water quality – the Water Framework Directive […]

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A record number of swimming spots in England have been designated as bathing sites, the UK government has confirmed. There has been widespread coverage, including in BBC, ITV, The Guardian, Independent and Sky, of the government’s announcement that 27 new bathing water sites will be designated across England. The decision follows a public consultation last year. The Environment Agency […]

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