Protecting ecosystems

Human life depends directly on terrestrial ecosystems (soils, forests, animal species, etc. .) and marine ecosystems (oceans, seas, marine resources). Regulating human activities, protecting resources, restoring degraded species, encouraging sustainable uses, etc. - the commitments of the international community are clear and the assessment of policies all the more necessary.

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Ocean iron fertilization

In 2009 and 2010, an Indo-German scientific expedition dusted the ocean with iron to stimulate the biological pump that…

Negotiating our Future with the Oceans

For several centuries, nations have negotiated agreements to accommodate their mutual interest in oceans. In 1982, these…

Changing Climate, Changing Ocean, Changing Planet

The ocean plays a crucial role in the planet's climate system and its ability to sustain life. Human-caused climate…

The Oceans: An Inexhaustible Source of Energy?

The oceans present vast energy reserves. Even as increased offshore oil drilling occurs, the significant potential of…