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Bringing back the ‘Living Seas’

Monday, January 25, 2010

The Wildlife Trusts launched a new campaign entitled ‘Living Seas’ recently outlining their vision for the future of our seas. Meg Munn MP was at the launch and agreed to support the Trusts’ campaign.


Meg said:


“I am pleased to support the vision of ‘Living Seas’ presented by the Wildlife Trusts. It is so very important that we return our seas to health, for both our own quality of life and for the sake of the UK’s marine life.”


Professor Aubrey Manning OBE, President of the Wildlife Trusts, said: 


“We very much welcome the support we have had from parliamentarians for the Marine and Coastal Access Act.  Now it is time to take this further.  We need an effective and well-managed network of Marine Protected Areas by 2012 which will help us to achieve Living Seas, and within a generation.”


The 47 Wildlife Trusts cover the whole of the UK. They work for an environment rich in wildlife for everyone. With nearly 800,000 members, they are the largest UK voluntary organisation dedicated to conserving the full range of the UK’s habitats and species, whether they be in the countryside, in cities or at sea.  They manage 2,200 nature reserves covering more than 84,000 hectares. 


For further information visit the national group: http://www.wildlifetrusts.org/

and the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust: http://www.wildlifetrusts.org/index.php?section=localtrustsites&trust_id=000042 

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