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Fishermen and ecologists call for action to protect Scottish salmon
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Greenpeace UK drops boulders off Cornwall coast to prevent overfishing
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Shell banned from oil exploration on South Africa’s Wild Coast
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Faroe Islands to curb ‘cruel’ dolphin hunt after international outcry
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Dutch farmers and fishermen block roads to protest emissions cuts
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