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5 things you should know about the UN Ocean Conference, a chance to save the planet’s largest ecosystem

What will UN Ocean Conference 2022 bring? Image: Unsplash/Thomas Vimare

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The UN Ocean Conference 2022 will also determine the level of ambition for the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030). Image: Ocean Image Bank/Brook Peters

The UN Ocean Conference 2022 is being o-hosted by Kenya that has rural coastal population reliant on the ocean for food and livelihoods. Image: UNDP/Amunga Eshuchi
The previous UN Ocean Conference in New York was a really good moment to raise awareness about the role of the oceans for humanity’s well-being. Image: Unsplash/Tamas Tuzes-Katai

Different fish species swim in a marine protected area outside the coast of Malta. Image: FAO/Kurt Arrigo

Beach clean-up at Praia da Poça, on the Cascais coast of Portugal. Image: UN News/Teresa Salema

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