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Collapsing Seas Infographic

  Here’s a not-so-fun but highly informative infographic I though our readers could get something from. Basically, I think many of us assume that the oceans are so vast that we can’t do too much harm to them. But oh, how we underestimate the impact of billions of humans. For several reasons, our oceans [...]
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