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This is how offshore wind farms can become havens for marine life

An offshore wind farm.

Between now and 2050, offshore wind is set to be the central pillar for global decarbonization. Image: Unsplash/Nicholas Doherty

Andrea Willige
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Closing the offshore wind gap by 2050.
Closing the offshore wind gap by 2050. Image: GWEC


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This is where could 2,000 GW of offshore wind by 2050 be built?
This is where 2,000 GW of offshore wind could be built by 2050. Image: GWEC
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