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We can save our ocean in three steps - if we act now

Our relationship with the ocean is at a tipping point - but if governments act now, there is still time to save them Image: REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Kristian Teleki
Director, Ocean Action Agenda, World Economic Forum Geneva
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 The oceans provide us with so much more than food
The oceans provide us with so much more than food Image: National Ocean Service, US Department of Commerce
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