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Blue-Green Energy

Blue-green energy refers to renewable energy from the sea. The UK has agreed to reduce by 80% the amount of carbon being released in to the atmosphere by 2050.

Blue-Green Energy

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Coastal Resilience

Rising sea-levels, potential changes to storm climates and increasing human development demands that our coastlines and coastal communities can both withstand, and rebound after, hazardous impacts.

Coastal Resilience

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Oceans and Climate

Our coastlines and coastal seas are vitally important. Approximately 3 billion people live within 200 kilometres of a coastline, and that figure is expected to double by the year 20.

Oceans and Climate

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Ports and Maritime Industry

Shipping and port operations generate numerous problems for the marine environment whilst marine pollution in all its forms presents a challenge.

Ports and Maritime Industry

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The Bio-Economy

Coastal resources are vital for global food security. Some of the world’s most diverse, complex and productive ecosystems are in coastal areas.

The Bio-Economy

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The Sea and Society

Achieving sustainable coasts and oceans must recognise the importance of understanding and enhancing human relationships with the sea.

The Sea and Society