Plastics and the Environment

It's now or never for saving the environment, says explorer

As ecosystems unravel, the quality of life for all species, including humans, will diminish. Image: Unsplash/Dustan Woodhouse

Enric Sala

Explorer-in-Residence, National Geographic Society, Member of Friends of Ocean Action and Champions for Nature

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By 2030, we must protect twice as much land and four times as much ocean as we currently are to maintain ecosystems. Image: Science Advances

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