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Europe's ocean conservation effort not enough despite good intentions

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Europe's ocean conservation effort not enough despite good intentions

Europe's ocean conservation effort not enough despite good intentions

Only a fraction of the marine areas meant to be protected by the European Union are being properly conserved at present, according to a new report.

The research - by the World Wide Fund for Nature and Sky Ocean Rescue - says less than 2% of the EU's waters are being properly managed


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