COAST in the media
On December 11th 2020, The Arran Banner covered the amazing flame shell discovery in the South Arran MPA.
On December 11th 2020, The Daily Record released an article titled “Huge colony of bright and colourful shellfish discovered by divers off Scots coast”.
STV News covered the discovery of a new flame shell reef off the coast of Arran. The discovery made their evening news broadcast.
The Scotsman released an article titled “‘Amazing’ rare flame shell reef discovered in the Clyde”. This article highlighted the discovery, by local Arran scuba divers, of an extensive living reef of rare and striking flame shells.
The Herald Scotland released an article inspired by our Autumn News which focuses on our call to the Scottish Government to implement tighter controls to protect our seas.
The August edition of the British Wildlife Magazine features an article titled “Letter from Caledona”, written by Hugh Raven, which explores the history of fishing off Arran and what is being done to recover what is lost.
On 10th July 2020, The Arran Banner released an article titled “COAST sets a precedent in UK Highly Protected Marine Area review”.
The Guardian online released an article on February 25th 2020 titled “How a no-take zone revived a Scottish fishery devastated by dredgers”.
The Arran Banner released an article on February 22nd 2020 titled “Dramatic return of marine life in Lamlash Bay revival”.
Undercurrent News released an article on February 20th 2020 titled “Scottish ‘no take zone’ sees big impacts on local biodiversity”.
The Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald released an article on February 20th 2020 titled “Arran conservation zone is a great success for Scotland and beyond”.
The Herald Scotland released an article on February 20th 2020 titled “Lamlash Bay on Arran’s ecosystem bounces back from the brink”.
The Scotsman newspaper released an article on February 19th 2020 titled “Dramatic recovery of over-fished shellfish in Arran marine reserve”.
Have a look at the pages published by BBC Wildlife