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2016

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09.06.2016

Marine environmental experts have warned a cross-party group of MPs and Peers that the impact of marine litter needs to be addressed.

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Litter choking marine environment, MPs told
06.06.2016

On Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 June ‘Recycle challenge’, an interactive family festival, is taking over the Museum of London Docklands.

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Recycle challenge
31.05.2016

Rowers more used to powering through waves on the tidal Thames are heading to Ireland for the Emerald Isle’s premier rowing event.

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PLA rowers hoping for luck of the Irish at Cork Harbour Festival
27.05.2016

Today, Tuesday 17 May 2016, Metal announces the 2016 programme for Estuary, a new, biennial arts festival curated in response to the spectacular Thames Estuary.

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ESTUARY 2016 programme announcement
25.05.2016

Marine training on the River Thames is to receive a major boost with the launch of a new skills organisation that will support crew training and development on the UK’s busiest waterway.

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Thames marine training and skills to be stepped-up
23.05.2016

The Royal Borough of Greenwich launched its highly anticipated Royal Greenwich Festivals 2016 today (May 11) with a special preview event on board the magnificent Tall Ship The Morgenster.

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Tall Ship visit marks Royal Greenwich Festivals launch
16.05.2016

EMR, one of the world’s largest metal recycling companies has made a significant commitment to remaining in its existing Tilbury Dock facility. Not only has it just signed a new 25 year lease with the Port of Tilbury, it will be upgrading its facilities and investing around £3m in improved ship loading equipment.

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EMR commits to Tilbury Dock Facility
15.05.2016

A multi-coloured work of art made entirely from litter is highlighting the shocking levels of dumped plastic in London’s river.

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Hard to stomach: Sculpture highlights environmental damage done by Thames litter

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