November Marine News

South & West Wales

Valero Milford Haven oil spill: Seabed to be assessed
Seabed habitats are still being assessed following January’s oil spill.

North Wales

Wintry weather brings Arctic visitors to North Wales
Snow bunting, Shorelarks and Black Redstarts are just a few of them.
Anglesey Sea Zoo Wins Green Award
The UK’s first solar powered aquarium is a boon to sustainability and raising environmental awareness.
Young sperm whale found dead on Hell’s Mouth beach in north Wales
It is very rare for these deep sea creatures to wash up in Wales.


Wales losing marine energy investors after subsidy change
The Marine Energy Council says the UK Government has cut financial support.
Wales Set to Lead the World in Oil and Gas Decommissioning Market
Dragon Decommissioning Cymru is a new local centre of excellence for this new market.


Sir David Attenborough offers words of wisdom to climate strike activists
Sir David received an award for his work exposing the scale of plastic pollution in the world’s oceans through Blue Planet II.


Millions living in seaside towns under threat from climate change
Coastal communities have been warned in a new UN report.
A whale of a success story: Humpbacks exit endangered species list
This success story joins another which removes Giant Pandas from the list too.
Humpback Whale Population Returns To Pre-20th Century Numbers
Back from the brink of extinction and recovering ‘past expectations’.

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