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Women’s voices must be heard in the battle to save the ocean

Women depend on and work the oceans just as much as men, but gender parity in the sector is a long way off Image: REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Laura Liswood

Secretary-General, Council of Women World Leaders


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