Great whales contribute US$1 trillion to fight climate change, says IMF
The latest issue looks at sustainable fisheries
Fisheries: the Isle of Man is pioneering a more sustainable approach to its scallop beds
Marine protected areas: "A pointless network of paper parks"?
Marine plastics: Beach Buddies is inspiring people and companies to clean up our shores - from Niarbyl on the Isle of Man to the banks of the River Thames
Climate change: the Isle of Man has declared a climate emergency, now Tynwald must act
Interview: Environment Agency director Julie Foley talks catchment partnerships and engaging communities
Area report: the Amazon rainforest is in flames - the causes and the consequences
Green finance: government is pushing natural-capital solutions
Investment: will other water firms emulate Yorkshire Water's sustainability bond?
Advertising: is your money funding climate-change deniers?
Heritage: saving Pontefract Hermitage
Policy: Brexit and the environment - how well are we protected?
News: great whales offer US$1 trillion worth of climate protection
News: Bill Gates launches a year of action for adaptation
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