Sunday 25 March 2012
Beach Busters: Time for kids to love our beachesNew Zealand Herald | 25 Mar 2012
The latest weapon in the war against litter is aimed at teaching kids how to love our beaches. A mobile education station has been launched by the Sustainable Coastlines charity to take its message on the road.
The seas lie empty (Q&A)Guardian Unlimited | 25 Mar 2012
Rather than eating weird types of fish that I don't really like (as seems to be the sustainable advice), wouldn't it be more ecologically sensible for me to eat farmed fish of a species I do like, that is plentiful because it is farmed?
Could crude, whisky and wind make Scotland richer than England?Guardian Unlimited | 25 Mar 2012
"It's Scotland's oil" is one of the most highly charged slogans in Scottish politics. First used by the Scottish National Party in 1974, the notion that Scotland "owns" up to 90% of the North Sea's reserves remains one of the strongest sources of grievance for nationalists.
Mackerel fishing sanctions imposed after Iceland and Faroes breach quotasGuardian Unlimited | 25 Mar 2012
Europe's largest eco-labelled fisheries are to lose their environmental accreditation this week after the Faroes and Iceland breached strict limits on quotas for mackerel, putting stocks at severe risk of over-fishing. The Marine Stewardship Council confirmed that it would suspend its accreditation for eight mackerel fisheries on 31 March.
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