You never know what you’ll see looking back from the cracks. Divers and scientists who visit shipwrecks know these sunken sites are often teeming with life, as historical wrecks provide habitat for a wide variety of marine animals.
The Dutch startup company Reefy created an artificial reef system to support nature restoration and conservation efforts in the tidal area of the river Meuse.
A series of specially-designed concrete panels has been installed on the edge of the Plymouth Sound National Marine Park to make new habitats available to a variety of marine flora and fauna.
Tidal flats, also known as mud flats, make up coastal wetlands that protect against destructive powers from the ocean such as waves, tsunamis, and hurricanes
The UK Green Building Council UKGBC is the membership-led industry network radically transforming the sustainability of the built environment.
BlueCube contributed to a new book on introduced marine species.Although focussing on German Shores, it is equally relevant for all European coasts, including the UK.
Interested in environmental policy? The Future Generations Commissioner for Wales and Foundations for Tomorrow have worked together to create a free toolkit for policy leaders.
Research in Bournemouth has shown creatures like crabs, barnacles, molluscs and have made these rockpool havens their home.
Seawalls are causing intertidal habitats to vanish as ocean levels increase. But eco-entrepreneurs say artificial rockpools and crevices can save wildlife
BlueCube presented at the ICE Breakwaters conference in April 2023 in Plymouth, UK. The publication will be available soon for you to view.