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Record numbers of volunteers set to clean up UK beaches this weekend The 2018 Great British Beach Clean expects a bumper year after the Blue Planet television series prompted a surge of interest in ocean plast... Environment UK
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The Devon brothers who want to save dolphins and whales from painful deaths Some 300,000 dolphins, porpoises and whales are caught in fishing nets and lines each year. This marine conservation technology business is ... Written in partnership with Triodos Bank
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Australia to invest millions in Great Barrier Reef restoration and protection Australia has allocated £274m towards conserving the Great Barrier Reef, as damage to the unique ecosystem spreads Environment
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UN backs a treaty to protect the high seas It is hoped the treaty will lead to the creation of more marine protected areas Environment
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UK to introduce ‘world’s strongest’ ban on plastic microbeads Plastic microbeads used by the cosmetics industry are to be banned by the UK government in an effort to eliminate the harmful impact they ha... Environment
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‘Octopuses tell people good conservation stories’ Tom Bawden, a journalist for the i newspaper, meets the team using octopuses to win over communities in Madagascar by demonstrating cheaply ... Environment
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