The Ocean

How technology can help to achieve at least 30% ocean protection

Achieving 30% protection of the whole ocean means the conservation of 109 million square kilometres. Image: Unsplash/Caleb George

Simon Cripps

Executive Director of the Global Marine Program, WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society)

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