Linking humans with blue carbon ecosystems

Social vulnerabilities of coastal communities and their reliance on blue carbon ecosystem services may be improved by addressing three major factors, according to a study led by Hokkaido University researchers.

Photo posts reveal huge interest in real coastal nature

What do people want when they set out to experience the world around them in coastal areas? Is it amusement parks with water slides and water skiing? Or do they value nature 'on the rocks' like in marine protected areas, ...

Native oysters restored to Conwy Bay in Wales

1,300 native oysters have been returned to waters in River Conwy as part of an ambitious restoration project to bring back these 'ocean superheroes' from the brink of extinction. The Wild Oysters Project, a partnership between ...

Losing ground in biodiversity hotspots worldwide

Between 1992 and 2015, the world's most biologically diverse places lost an area more than three times the size of Sweden when the land was converted to other uses, mainly agriculture, or gobbled up by urban sprawl.

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