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Tsunami-proof ‘Great Wall of Japan’ divides villagers

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Government wants to build 440 walls along coastline, but some residents believe a concrete fortress is not the answer . . . → Read More: Tsunami-proof ‘Great Wall of Japan’ divides villagers

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Australia’s beaches littered with 150m pieces of rubbish, says CSIRO

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Remote beaches are the least tidy and 80% of rubbish is from land-based sources such as plastic drink bottles

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Should coastal Britain surrender to the tides?

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Ferocious recent storms have destroyed natural landmarks and placed communities at risk. But simply patching up our defences won’t work. Our coast is changing, and we must change with it . . . → Read More: Should coastal Britain surrender to the tides?

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Survey finds 4,000 items of litter for each km of Northern Ireland coastline

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Beaches and shores strewn with rubbish including sheep carcasses and the chassis of an abandoned truck . . . → Read More: Survey finds 4,000 items of litter for each km of Northern Ireland coastline

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Number of ‘excellent’ quality UK beaches plummets

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Wet weather, which caused more discharges of raw sewage from the waste water system, is the most likely cause . . . → Read More: Number of ‘excellent’ quality UK beaches plummets

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Seabirds affected by second wave of sticky pollution ‘could number thousands’

Wildlife agencies warn that the numbers of birds affected could be far greater than those harmed earlier this year . . . → Read More: Seabirds affected by second wave of sticky pollution ‘could number thousands’

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UK beaches suffer drop in water quality following washout 2012

Number of UK beaches failing to meet minimum standards for water quality and pollution has risen, new figures show . . . → Read More: UK beaches suffer drop in water quality following washout 2012

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Light pollution can benefit some wildlife, study shows

Migratory birds in areas that were continuously illuminated foraged for longer and were able to locate food by sight . . . → Read More: Light pollution can benefit some wildlife, study shows

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US coastal cities in danger as sea levels rise faster than expected, study warns

Satellite measurements show flooding from storms like Sandy will put low-lying population centres at risk sooner than projected . . . → Read More: US coastal cities in danger as sea levels rise faster than expected, study warns

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Cornwall and Scotland hold UK’s wave power potential

Cornwall’s Atlantic coast and the west coast of Scotland came top in a report which maps sites with the most promise . . . → Read More: Cornwall and Scotland hold UK’s wave power potential

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