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  • This and the decision about Blakeney is a bit of common sense. The coast has been doing OK with the measures that are in place and the exclusion zones were going to affect the traditional fishing and other practices along the coast. It seemed pretty obvious from the recent fuss being made about the reef-which Percy Trett has been telling us about for donkeys years- that there were naturalists, scientists and makers of careers in the environmental agencies who had suddenly twigged it is there and were pushing this scheme as hard as they could manage and possibly not for the best reasons.And were prepared, in the case of the exclusion zones, to ride roughshod over local people to get themselves a nice little niche managing the zones, poking about and writing papers etc. Too many people working in the environment and conservation sectors who try on the one hand to teach grandmothers to suck eggs and on the other sometimes show breathtaking stupidity and blatant feathering of own nests.

    Daisy Roots

    Sunday, December 16, 2012

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