The Ocean

To save the ocean, Web3 needs more scientists 

Web3 tools are being deployed specifically to raise money for ocean conservation, create holistic conservation impact and even to fund ocean science. Image: Pixabay

Linwood Pendleton

Executive Director, Ocean Knowledge Action Network International Project Office

Annie Brett

Assistant Professor of Law, University of Florida

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