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The underwater sculptures tackling illegal trawling A community in Italy has found a novel solution to illegal trawling: turning the seabed into an underwater museum  Arts Culture Environment
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Surfers offer free wooden bellyboards to cut plastic pollution The tattered remains of polystyrene boards have become a depressingly familiar sight at seaside hotspots. Surfers have a solution Environment Lifestyle Sport Travel
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In pictures: the secret life of the UK’s seas A photo series celebrates sea creatures living in UK waters. It was released to rally support for imperilled ecosystems Conservation Environment Media
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‘Speedo diplomacy’: the climate campaigner who swims with icebergs Skimpy swim shorts, frigid fjords and hot water bottles – Lewis Pugh’s approach to climate campaigning is far from conventional Body & Mind Conservation Environment Lifestyle
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In pictures: sowing sea meadows in the UK to fight climate change More than 1 million seagrass seeds are being planted around the British Isles to capture carbon and boost biodiversity Conservation Environment
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In photographs: fascinating underwater worlds From intertwined ‘love bird’ swans to a herd of hungry seahorses, the winning shots from this year’s Underwater Photographer of the Year awa... Culture Environment
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