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Clean Waters

“We all know that trees fight climate change by breathing in carbon dioxide and breathing out oxygen. But what about the ocean and coastal ecosystems — how do they impact the climate crisis?” Listen/read
144,000 gallons of oil have spilled into the Pacific Ocean surrounding Southern California. The spill is having devastating impacts to beach ecosystems, birds, and other ocean wildlife. Further, oil spills can harm human health
The eruption of a volcano on La Palma in the Canary Islands killed everything in sight on land and near the ocean. However, unlike on land, where lava lays lifeless for decades, research shows
This week, over 100 countries publicly committed to protecting 30% of the ocean by 2030 at the United Nations event, Transformative Action for Nature and People. The international alignment around the “30 by 30″ conservation goal
Bluefin tuna is one of the largest fastest, and longest-lived migratory marine species in the world. These qualities have prompted researchers to study how various species of Bluefin tuna can be used as local

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