The Ocean

If we don’t protect the ocean, humanitarian disaster awaits

The ocean is the world’s largest ecosystem and the source of oxygen and climate regulation for our entire planet Image: REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

Isabella Lövin

Co-Chair of the Friends of Ocean Action and Writer, Ministry of the Environment of Sweden

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The projected warming per year (indicated by the color-coded bar on the right) of the world’s marine protected areas (indicated by the black dots). Image: UNC- Chapel Hill

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