Blue Planet Fund hands out first £16.2m to global marine protection efforts

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The funding will aim to protect the world's coral reefs
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The funding will aim to protect the world's coral reefs

Programmes bringing together UK science and developing nations will aim to help enable marine habitat recovery

A series of UK-led projects that will bring together British scientific expertise and developing countries to assist the recovery of the world's oceans have been handed £16.2m of government funding, it...

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