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ISA Must Improve Regional Plans—and Processes—to Protect Ocean Life
Megan Jungwiwattanaporn, The Pew Charitable Trusts
When countries began to contemplate seabed mining decades ago, their representatives assumed that the ocean bottom was featureless and lifeless, uninteresting except for the minerals that might be recovered from it. Now we know that the seabed is, in fact, a varied tapestry of physical features and marine life rather than a desolate expanse.
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