The Ocean

Oceans and marine wildlife could be key to storing carbon emissions

Oceans cover more than 70% of the Earth's surface. Image: Unsplash/Cristian Palmer

David King

Founder and Chair, Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge, University of Cambridge

Jane Lichtenstein

Associate, Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge, University of Cambridge

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