Ocean

These tiny plants and giant animals are helping to store vast amounts of CO2 in our oceans

The impact of ocean life as a defence against climate change should not be underestimated. Image: Unsplash/ The Tampa Bay Estuary Program

Katharine Rooney

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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