Virtual Ocean Dialogues 2021

This is how climate change is impacting the ocean - and what we can do about it

The ocean is a massive carbon sink, protecting us from the worst of climate change. Image: REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

Douglas Broom

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Sea temperatures since 1880. Image: IUCN
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