The Ocean

Mining the deep seabed will harm biodiversity. We need to talk about it

Life operates on a completely different timescale on the deep seabed Image: Pxhere.com

Holly Niner

PhD Researcher, University College London

Aline Jaeckel

Research Fellow, Macquarie Law School, Sydney

Jeff Ardron

PhD Researcher, University of Southampton

Lisa Levin

Professor of Biological Oceanography, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

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