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Tagging programme enables scientists to begin identifying key habitats of English Channel’s critical fish species
University of Plymouth news: The conclusion of the €4million FISH INTEL project was marked with a conference at the University attended by many of its key stakeholders.
Restoring nature to enable communities and coastlines to counter the threat of climate change
University of Plymouth news: Researchers from the University are contributing to the £7million Stronger Shores project which aims to make coastlines and communities stronger in the face of flooding, erosion and the impacts of climate change
Scientists develop a plan to manage lionfish populations in the Mediterranean
A new Guide to Lionfish Management in the Mediterranean features a series of recommendations through which they hope lionfish populations can be managed.
Enabling North Devon to become the UK’s first World Surfing Reserve
The University of Plymouth has played a key role in North Devon being recognised for the quality of its waves and its thriving blue economy.
University works to boost blue and green economy in the South West
The University of Plymouth is to play a significant role in a new £1.37million project which has seen the North Devon UNESCO Biosphere win the largest green economy award nationally from the Government’s Community Renewal Fund (CRF)
Blue Carbon Artist in Residence aims to strengthen links between city and sea
University of Plymouth news: The University is leading a new project through which the UK’s first Blue Carbon Artist in Residence will aim to engage local residents and visitors with the wonders of the marine environment.
Academics contribute to new report highlighting nature’s potential to fight climate change and biodiversity loss
Researchers from the University of Plymouth are among the authors of a major new report by the British Ecological Society into the potential of nature-based solutions to mitigate climate change and benefit biodiversity in the UK
University ranked among world’s top 25 – and 1st for marine – in Times Higher Education Impact Rankings
The University of Plymouth has been named as one of the top 25 institutions globally – and 1st for marine – in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2021
University research supports byelaw to protect inshore waters
Research by the University of Plymouth has informed new legislation which aims to protect 117 square miles of coastal seabed and allow for the regeneration of underwater seaweed forests
Time for total rethink on the management of alien species
A new study – led by the University of Plymouth and the Marine and Environmental Research (MER) Lab in Cyprus – is calling for a complete rethink of how non-indigenous or alien species are considered in the future.
University contributes to government review on marine protected areas
Marine scientists from the University of Plymouth have contributed to the Benyon Review, a major UK Government report into the potential benefits of highly protected marine areas
Scientists call on government to increase UK’s ambition to save our ocean
A team of marine scientists from across the UK, led by the Marine Conservation Research Group at the University of Plymouth, have called on the Government to increase its ambition to save the oceans by overhauling its approach to marine conservation