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Brexit blueprint for sustainable seas

Brexit blueprint for sustainable seas
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ABPmer have written a paper to explore the issues for the marine environment following Brexit, and stimulate debate about Brexit opportunities. The views expressed are solely those of the author, but is interesting to consider the possibilities as well as the downsides of how the coast and marine environment could be affected by these huge forthcoming changes.

Follow this link to read the ABPmer paper, Brexit Blueprint For Sustainable Seas

 

Coastal Change Films

Coastal Change Films

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Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM)

Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM)

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Archaeology at Medmerry

Archaeology at Medmerry

Medmerry,  the country's first and largest open coast managed re-alignment scheme, is located south of Chichester. The site is managed by the RSPB together with Pagham Harbour, however the scheme itself was built by the Environment Agency as a flood defence work for Selsey and the Manhood peninsula. During the build a great deal of important archaeology was discovered that rewrote... Read More»