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Tiny Atlantic island takes giant leap towards protecting world's oceans
by Karen McVeigh
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13 November 2020
On 13 November 2020 The Guardian reported:
A community of 250 people on one of the most remote inhabited islands on Earth has made a significant contribution to marine wildlife conservation ... The government of Tristan da Cunha, a volcanic archipelago in the south Atlantic and part of the UK's overseas territories, has announced that almost 700,000 sq km of its waters will become a marine protected area (MPA), the fourth largest such sanctuary in the world.
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The UK, which has a duty to protect wildlife found in all its territories, will be responsible for the long-term monitoring and enforcement of this vast area -- three times the size of Britain and 2,400km from the nearest habitation, Saint Helena.
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