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How to regenerate oceans in 30 years time

Regenerating the oceans by 2050 is possible, but we have to act now. This is the conclusion of a major scientific study. Here's what we can do to save marine life before it's too late. 🐠

04/11/2020 8:42 AM
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  • Boumediene H.
    04/11/2020 21:23

    Sabsaby Sabrina 3labali twahachti bhar

  • Ateka G.
    04/11/2020 18:12

    I miss seeing all the colors and healthy coral like in this video. Have been diving in Cozumel, MX for a while and there is increasingly more dead coral than alive and the number of fish have been decimated. Cruise ships and their pollution are major factors. Now that cruise ships have stopped for the past month, I am hoping the coral has time to recover but I know it would take years of protection to recover. Unfortunately the Cozumel economy is dependent on cruise ships. Can they change and how will that happen? If they want to save their beloved ocean and reef (scuba being the 2nd largest industry), they must change

  • Ronaldo D.
    04/11/2020 16:37

    It would be great to join your studies, experiencies and knowledgement with Dr. David Vaughan. He has the project www.plantamillioncorals.com.

  • Ne R.
    04/11/2020 13:20

    now that most countries are on lockdown bec.of d corona virus nature is on segway curing itself..the skies is bluer as well as the horizon no smog,d water is blue as well.

  • Jong D.
    04/11/2020 12:28

    Thank for the badge🏅