The Ocean

Most of the world's ocean is unprotected. This is why that needs to change

More than three billion people rely on the ocean for their livelihoods, most of them in developing countries. It is also a key resource in mitigating climate change and protecting biodiversity. Image: REUTERS/Sebastian Castaneda

Sharon Ikeazor

Minister of State for the Environment, Government of Nigeria

Vincent Van Quickenborne

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice and the North Sea, Government of Belgium

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