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Why looking after the ocean is not just a job for islanders

In Hawaii the ocean is part of everyday life – and so is the impact of climate change Image: Troy Squillaci for Pexels

Rayne Sullivan

Co-Chair, Youth Policy Advisory Council, Sustainable Ocean Alliance

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The ocean is a key element of the water cycle and drives both the day-to-day weather and climate around the world.
The ocean is a key element of the water cycle and drives both the day-to-day weather and climate around the world. Image: Friends of Ocean Action
Rayne Sullivan, Co-Chair, Youth Policy Advisory Council, Sustainable Ocean Alliance
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