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'Don't destroy Kames Bay biodiversity'

Published: 29 Aug 2012 09:306 comments

One of the UK's top marine biological experts has said that the 'wild nature' of Kames Bay on Cumbrae should be protected.

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A Millport marine professor has hit out at island critics who want the overgrown look of the island's Kames Bay to be dealt with.

In a letter to the Largs & Millport News Professor Geoff Moor of the Marine Biological Station wrote:

"It is almost unutterably sad both that twenty years after the United Nations' so-called 'Earth' summit in Rio (1992) at which nations were invited to sign-up to the Convention on Biological Diversity there remain adults who advocate the deliberate destruction of natural biodiversity on Millport's Kames Bay, a Site of Special Scientific Interest."

Full statement and page of views in the Largs News of August 29.

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