Virtual Ocean Dialogues 2021

3 ways to ensure ocean protection is equitable and inclusive

We must empower coastal communities to become leaders for ocean conservation. Image: Zinko Hein/Unsplash

Alfredo Giron-Nava

André Hoffmann Fellow, C4IR SF and Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions

Anastasia Quintana

Postdoctoral Researcher, UC Santa Barbara, Bren School for the Environment

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