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CCN statement on Scottish Government’s Vision for Sustainable Aquaculture

A CCN statement on Scottish HPMAs

Zero Nets! Scotland’s coastal communities support calls for pause to fish farm expansion

Empowering grassroots efforts for a sustainable future

Communities celebrate our wild seas – and a conservation hero!

An end to the unlawful use of Acoustic Deterrent Devices

Seawilding: sowing the seeds for community-led marine restoration

Supporting a local vision for Loch Eriboll

Edinburgh Ocean Leaders exchange with CCN

Restoration Forth: the seagrass search begins

Mapping the Forth coastline through art

Sowing the seeds of recovery: community-led marine restoration in Scotland

Gartmore 3: Coastal Communities Network Workshop

Berwickshire Marine Reserve Marine Monitoring

U-turn on Clyde cod protection area

Scotland’s first seagrass restoration guide

Recruitment: Coastal Communities Network Coordinator

Seagrass and oyster restoration begins in the Forth

Over 40 fish farms ‘unsatisfactory’, says government watchdog

Listen to local voices – Scotland’s coastal communities

FFI Scotland Marine Restoration Internship

‘Saving Scotland’s Giant Skate’ Film

Seagrass Harvest Open Day at Loch Craignish!

Trailblazing standard to tackle plastic pellet pollution

Scotland’s first seaweed festival!

Calls for three-mile limit for Scottish coast

MCS: Big Seaweed Search

‘Clam cam’ reveals flapper skate nursery

Cleaning up sea loch to bring wildlife back

Seal scarer devices may harm harbour porpoise

A Vision for National Marine Parks in Scotland

Seagrass restoration at Loch Craignish

Argentina and Chile: “No to salmon farming”

UK promise to “halt the decline of nature”

Bottom-trawling report from Seas at Risk

Oysters returned to the Firth of Clyde

No-Take Zones boost fish populations, research suggests

Blue carbon and rewilding our waters

A Whale In The Room: Sea Change Wester Ross

Depleted seas recover in pioneering no-take-zone

Illegal Scallop Dredging Allegations

Rural communities and visitor pressures

Out of the blue: Blue carbon in Scotland