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  • Safeguard our sea life

    Measure for Measure

    Today, two important consultations for marine conservation close in the UK. Firstly, there is the consultation on the proposed second tranche of English Marine Conservation Zones (all 23 of them), which fills in some of the biggest gaps in the network...
  • Phoenix

    Nature-tinted spectacles

    “Connecting people with nature” and having “outdoor experiences” are high on the conservation agenda. It’s absolutely right that we prioritize these things, as we know the health and social benefits of being outside. Without...
  • Phoenix

    My Top 5 Nature Books

    1. Nature's Child - John Lister-Kaye This is my favourite nature book to date, and John Lister-Kaye is my favourite nature author. The best part about this book is that it shows John’s understanding and respect for the importance of a...
  • Giving Nature a Home in Northern Ireland

    Learning to love nature

    The RSPB is passionate about getting more children connected to nature. Evidence shows that the proportion of children playing out in natural spaces has dropped by as much as 75 per cent over the last 30 to 40 years. This is despite the proven positive...
  • Albatross Task Force

    ATF promote sustainable fishing in Namibia

    Last week our very own Clemens Naomab of our Albatross Task Force team in Namibia attended the "Fishtival", an event aimed at providing all stakeholders in the fishing/seafood/marine products sector with a platform to display or market their...
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