Sand dredging in marine protected area infuriates conservationists

Plans to dredge two million cubic metres of sand in a marine conservation zone in the English Channel will wreak havoc on the local ecology of an important sandbank and make a mockery of its legally protected status which needs to be strengthened, say critics

by James Agyepong-Parsons

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