The Ocean

Why meeting the Paris Agreement means managing the ocean

It's important to use the ocean in a way that both maximizes its potential and – most importantly – protects it. Image: Unsplash/ Seyiram Kweku

Thomas Thune Andersen

Chair, Ørsted and Lloyd's Register


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Nature-based solutions, such as mangroves, can sequester and store more carbon per unit area than terrestrial forests. Image: Mohamed Sameeh/Unsplash
Oceans are getting increasingly busier. Image: shawnanggg/Unsplash
Ocean development must not come at the expense of nature. Image: Pena Lambarri/Unsplash

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