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Italy's first-ever 'living lab' is helping marine biologists tackle climate change

"The Mediterranean Sea has basically become a hot spot of what is happening globally in the world's oceans" - ocean expert Franco Reseghetti. Image: REUTERS/Flavio Lo Scalzo

Alex Fraser

Journalist, Reuters

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Marine biologist and coordinator of the Smart Bay Project for ENEA Chiara Lombardi, checks the marine fauna that lives on the underwater portion of the jetty Image: REUTERS/Flavio Lo Scalzo.

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