Thu, 30 Apr 2009: Scotland leads on marine safety: New legal guidelines proposed for Scotland will protect seals and different marine creatures. Thu, 30 Apr 2009: Brown must go inexperienced on the marine litter. Surfers say: Clearwater campaigners from Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) imagine that the UK Government urgently needs a Nationwide Marine Litter Technique to deal with the worsening litter crisis in our oceans and throughout our beaches. Tue, 28 Apr 2009: New report highlights the impacts of local weather change throughout the marine ecosystem: Climate change is having a major impression on our seas, in keeping with a brand new report, as many small effects are being magnified via necessary hyperlinks throughout the marine environment.
Thu, 7 May 2009: Fewer blue flag beaches, poor weather blamed: Crummy summers for the past two years are being blamed for lower beach standards. Every year between Could 1 and the end of September, 20 samples are taken from each region’s 191 European Commission (EC) designated bathing waters and checked for water quality. The session is in search of views on new laws that may carry some at the moment exempt activities, such because the irrigation of crops, underneath the licensing arrangements and maintain some exemptions, equivalent to most abstractions within water meadows, which are a low threat to the setting and other water customers. Fri, 1 Might 2009: South West bathing water survey berita travel hari ini beneath approach: The Setting Company has started its annual bathing water testing off the coasts of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, and Somerset.
Fri, 1 Might 2009: Buglife north of the border: Find out about what Buglife has been up to in Scotland at its Scottish Open Day and Member’s Day, which will likely be held in Edinburgh on Saturday 23rd Might. Fri, 1 Might 2009: Throw your salmon again, Scottish anglers urged: The Affiliation of Salmon Fishery Boards (ASFB) is interesting to anglers to help reverse a drastic fall in salmon stocks. Mon, 4 Could 2009: Nationwide Parks: greater and higher? Mon, 27 Apr 2009: Nuclear pollution tradition at Faslane: The MoD’s nuclear submarine base at Faslane in Scotland has a tradition that allows repeated pollution, based on newly released, previously confidential info.