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Lauren Pyjar

Lauren Pyjar

Lauren is currently a senior at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, studying International Law and Ethics and minoring in Environmental Studies. She grew up in San Diego, California, and she likes to go surfing and open water swimming whenever she goes back home. Now she spends her free time playing guitar and going walking and biking around DC.
Deep-sea mining is the process of extracting mineral deposits from sections of the ocean floor that are greater than 200 meters below sea level. The deep ocean has vast mineral deposits of rare earth
Successes and Failures in Domestic and International Fishing Regulations The fishing economy is a critical aspect of the livelihoods of millions of people around the world. Three billion people rely on seafood as their

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