We actively campaign for marine protection, restoration and sustainable management around Arran and in the Clyde and work with politicians, the Marine Conservation Society, Fauna and Flora International, Scottish Environment Link, Scottish Natural Heritage and many others. We work to influence Government, fishing and aquaculture industries to adopt non-destructive, sustainable fishing methods. Join COAST and sign up for our newsletter and stand with us for sustainable seas.
SIGN UP TO OUR NEWSLETTER
CONTRIBUTE TO OUR WORK
TWEETS BY ARRAN COAST
COAST response to SEPA consultation on the use of biomass to regulate organic output from marine pen fish farming. January 2020
This consultation explores methods for how we assess the organic load from a marine pen fish farm to ensure organic residues from farms don’t negatively impact local environments.
On Sunday 5th January 2020, The Guardian newspaper published an article highlighting the calls from the coalition #OurSeas, formed of community, fishing and marine protection groups who want to see fish stocks recovered in Scottish waters.
Last Updated on