The Davos Agenda 2021

A 10-step plan to save our seas

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Douglas McCauley

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

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Two visions of the ocean's future. Which will we choose?
Two visions of the ocean's future. Which will we choose? Image: Nicolle Fuller
A NASA model showing CO2 (the yellow/red swirls) moving across the globe
A NASA model showing CO2 (the yellow/red swirls) moving across the globe Image: NASA
We still haven't met the 2020 goal of protecting 10% of the ocean. Can we hit 30% by 2030?
We still haven't met the 2020 goal of protecting 10% of the ocean. Can we hit 30% by 2030? Image: Protected Planet
An algal bloom seen in Lake St. Clair, between Michigan and Ontario, in 2015
An algal bloom seen in Lake St. Clair, between Michigan and Ontario, in 2015 Image: NASA
The Wave Glider: This unmanned craft uses wave energy to collect and share ocean data
The Wave Glider: This unmanned craft uses wave energy to collect and share ocean data Image: Liquid Robotics
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