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Our oceans are in crisis. Here’s how technology could save them

The ocean is at a tipping point. Can new technology come to the rescue? Image: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol - RC1B30F822B0

Jim Leape
Core Team, Blue Food Assessment; Member of Friends of Ocean Action; Co-Director, Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions
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 By 2050, there could be more plastic than fish in our oceans
By 2050, there could be more plastic than fish in our oceans Image: Ocean Conservancy
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