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The recent COP15 biodiversity summit agreed to protect one third of the planet for nature by 2030. Image: Pxhere

Gabi Thesing

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The Minka ‘Seatizens’ project helps volunteers monitor and protect biodiversity on urban coastal ecosystems, such as the beaches of Barcelona.
The Minka ‘Seatizens’ project helps volunteers monitor and protect biodiversity on urban coastal ecosystems, such as the beaches of Barcelona. Image: Institute of Marine Sciences

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