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The White House

Climate love

Biden's oceans climate action plan

Oceans around the world are beset by marine heatwaves, pollution, coral bleaching, mass die-offs and overfishing. Along the West Coast, kelp, which captures a lot of carbon dioxide, is dying off. In other areas, like the Gulf of Mexico, there has been an alarming growth of low-oxygen dead zones and more frequent toxic red tides. Many of those problems are either directly or indirectly linked with climate change, and the first-ever U.S. Ocean Climate Action Plan released today recognizes that the planet can’t have a carbon-neutral future without healthy oceans—and that the oceans won’t be healthy unless the climate is stabilized. “In developing the Ocean Action Plan, we recognize that the ocean, land, and atmosphere are inherently interconnected,” the plan’s introduction concludes.

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  • Daniel Waweru

    8 w

    Looking forward

    • Gorffly mokua

      8 w

      Looking forward to its implementation!

      • Mc Kaka Official🇰🇪

        8 w

        Great action plan

        • Daniel Waweru

          8 w

          This is indeed climate love

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