Baby salmon tracked to keep an eye on climate change

Baby salmon tracked to keep an eye on climate change The Environment Agency is tagging more than 4,000 salmon and 900 sea trout smolts to acknowledge how climate change is effecting the environment. The fish are tagged and set to be monitored to gauge how and what changes to the environment are shaping the biology…
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€1bn pledged by EU to protect the ocean

€1bn pledged by EU to protect the ocean: The EU has pledged a €1 billion (£0.82bn) investment as part of its aims to protect the ocean. It reestablished its pledge in regard to international ocean governance at the Our Ocean Conference (OOC) in Palau recently, which drew worldwide partners to recognise solutions to sustainably maintain…
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Stop Ocean Plastic pollution from tripling

Stop Ocean Plastic pollution from tripling: By 2040 it is expect that ocean plastic pollution will triple but collaborative action could keep the tide in by more than 80%. That is the conclusion of the Global Plastic Effort Partnership’s (GPAP) new annual report, which demonstrates that more action and global collaboration can avoid the Earth’s…
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The UK becomes newest member in global alliance

The UK becomes newest member in global alliance. The UK recently joined an alliance targeted towards the protection of oceans and communities at risk across the globe. The target of driving £352 million of global investments into nature based solutions to climate change is of high importance to The Ocean Risk and Resilliance Action Alliance…
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The end to new overseas coal funding in 2021

The end to new overseas coal funding in 2021 In a pledge made recently, G7 countries have agreed to prevent all new direct funding for coal power projects in all developing countries by the end of 2021. They are also committed to the acceleration to switch from unbated coal capacity to an ‘overwhelmingly decarbonised’ power…
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