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The World's Last Great Wilderness

Co-author Mike Walker, Project Director Antarctic Ocean Alliance For many of us Antarctic is out of sight and out of mind. We know even less about the waters surrounding it, the wild Southern Ocean. Our ignorance may aid its conservation, as what goes unseen goes, relatively, unharmed. However, this might also means we have not noticed the repeated failure of decision-makers to honour their commitment to protect this unique wilderness.
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