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25 tipping points pushing our oceans past the point of no return 

Entire ocean systems are perilously close to irreversible tipping points Image: REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci

Nishan Degnarain

Member, Monetary Policy Committee, Central Bank of Mauritius

Greg Stone

Trustee, Pacific Rising

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