Restoring ocean life

Why our ocean could hold the best solutions to climate change

Phuket, Thailand - November 21, 2015: Volunteer  from all over part of Phuket island working on plant young mangrove trees at the swamps nearby Saphan Hin public park

Volunteers plant young mangrove trees on Phuket island, Thailand Image: Getty Images

Emily Kelly
Lead, Blue Carbon, Ocean Action Agenda, World Economic Forum
Elena Perez
Lead, Ocean Action Agenda, World Economic Forum
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