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Here are 6 signs that the future for our oceans is not all bad

Reasons to be cheerful. Image: REUTERS/Peter Andrews

Kristian Teleki

Director of Friends of Ocean Action, World Economic Forum, and Director, Sustainable Ocean Initiative, World Resources Institute

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UN Special Envoy for the Ocean Peter Thomson speaking in 2017.
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