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The United Nations Conference on the Ocean 2022 was held to reinforce the urgency to meet the goals of Sustainable Development Goal 14, Life Below Water.
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One Health is a global framework that recognizes the interconnectedness of human, animal, and environmental health. This approach prioritizes coordination, collaboration, and communication across disciplines to address shared threats such as zoonotic diseases, antimicrobial resistance, food safet

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Every Brazilian is responsible for polluting the ocean with 16 kg of plastic a year, according to

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Climate Media Innovation Grants are available to support the development, adaptation, and introduction of novel story telling methods focused on human responses to the climate change challenge.
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Communities in Mexico are capitalizing on their local mangrove forests in new ways, despite a lack of policy support.

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Mining is the biggest threat to deep sea areas as the demand for minerals used in batteries and electric vehicles increases. An agreement to protect the ocean floor is expected to be reached later this year.
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Overfishing and poor resource management have shrunk stocks of the species that are traditional in the country's cuisine, but Portugal is fighting back.
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Scientists raise questions about the success of government-funded efforts to restore mangrove forests in Mexico.

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InfoCongo invite les journalistes de la région d’Afrique centrale, en particulier ceux de la République Démocratique du Congo, du Congo-Brazzaville, de la République centrafricaine, du Cameroun, du Gabon et de la Guinée équatoriale, à poser leur candidature pour participer à un atelier de formation
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Traversing nearly 5,000 km from its source in the Plateau of Tibet to the South China Sea, the Mekong River flows through six countries: China, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam.

More than 300 million people depend heavily on the availability of resources offered by the mighty

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Meliponiculture, the craft of rearing stingless bees ro sustainably harvest honey and other products like propolis is an alternative livelihood source for locals in Marapu, Kenya.
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In Kajiado, Kenya, water scarcity has long led to conflict. Now, a new system is changing the narrative.

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