Why 30% of the Ocean Should Be Protected, According to New Study

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Why 30% of the Ocean Should Be Protected, According to New Study

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A new study from top environmental scientists recommends safeguarding at least 30 percent of our ocean from exploitation and harm.

How and why did researchers arrive at that goal for marine conservation? Pew marine fellow Callum Roberts explains the science behind the study.

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