Restoring ocean life

A healthy ocean is key to a healthy future

The ocean supports people across the world. Image: REUTERS/David Gray

Josep Lluís Pelegrí Llopart

Oceanógrafo y profesor de investigación, actualmente director del centro, Instituto de Ciencias del Mar (ICM-CSIC)

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