Our Seas at Risk without Protected Areas

11 Jan 2008

A report calling for marine protected areas in order to safeguard wildlife of special importance to Scotland will be published today. The report by Scottish Environment LINK (LINK), a coalition of Scotland’s major environment groups, argues that a network of ‘nationally important marine areas’ must be included in the upcoming Scottish Marine Bill, if Scotland is to save its unique marine wildlife, such as reefs and sea beds, basking sharks and black guillemots for future generations.

See also: the Finding NIMAs report.

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