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That this House congratulates the wildlife trusts on the launch of their Living Seas vision, which sets out their aspirations for the future of UK seas and the wildlife trusts' role in restoring the marine environment to good health; recognises the vital contribution that healthy seas make to our quality of life, from providing seafood to absorbing carbon; further recognises that the recently passed Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009 provides a new framework for managing and protecting UK seas; welcomes the recent designation of Lundy Island as the first Marine Conservation Zone created under the Act; and urges politicians of all parties to commit to the spirit of the legislation and its effective and timely implementation, including the designation of an ecologically coherent network of marine protected areas by 2012.
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