World Ocean Day: Government welcomes call for new Highly Protected Marine Areas

James S Murray
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Benyon Review sets out plans for significant strengthening of marine protection in UK waters, as new study highlights how ocean habitats can help boost climate resilience

The government has today published the results of an independent review into UK marine projection, which calls for the creation of new Highly Protected Marine Areas in English waters, and new research...

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