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Healthy seas and COP26: what’s the connection?    

COP26 is the 26th annual conference on climate change. Representatives from 196 countries are meeting in Glasgow in the first two weeks of November to figure out exactly what we must do to minimise the extent of climate change on the environment and society. … Continue reading Healthy seas and COP26: what’s the connection?    

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Murlough

There is so much our coast and seas offer us. We should get out there and explore them and strive to protect them. Although I live among the rolling drumlins of County Down, fortunately I’m not too far from … Continue reading Murlough


Causeway Coast

Our seas are resilient, we have seen on social media how wildlife has flourished when we slow down, like the wildflowers blooming at the Giant’s Causeway. When we return to a ‘new normal’ we need to remember this and move forward in how we treat and respect our environment and the species that live here. … Continue reading Causeway Coast

Strangford

Strangford is a reminder that the recovery of our damaged natural areas can happen and, we believe, must happen to secure a healthy, wildlife-rich future for us all.   Variety is the spice of life and it’s hard to find a place with more natural variety than under the waves and around the coasts of Northern … Continue reading Strangford