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This is how China can be a friend to ocean conservation

China is the world’s biggest ocean farmer Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Douglas McCauley

Professor, University of California Santa Barbara; Member of Friends of Ocean Action; Director, Benioff Ocean Initiative

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Image: Benioff Ocean Initiative, with data from FAO, Our World in Data, and The World Bank
A crude oil tanker is seen at Qingdao Port, Shandong province, China, April 21, 2019. Picture taken April 21, 2019. REUTERS/Jason Lee - RC1ECF749E60
A crude oil tanker at Qingdao Port, Shandong province Image: REUTERS/Jason Lee - RC1ECF749E60
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