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Greenpeace should be allowed to remain active against deep sea mining

Humans have to stop exploiting the planet's resources for selfish greed and protect it's environments and ecosystems for all earths beings. We have to make important decisions- do we 'need' huge EVs and the latest Mobile phone or do we need pristine oceans? https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-68576735

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  • Rotich Kim

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    Deep sea mining is harmful to our aquatic animals.

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    • George Kariuki

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      Greenpeace is right to fight against deep sea mining! We need to protect our oceans and the incredible ecosystems they support. Our planet's health is more important than short-term gain.

      • Elizabeth Gathigia

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        Deep_sea mining should be stopped with all means possible, it could cause an irreversible damage

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        • Rashid Kamau

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          Deep-sea mining could pose a detrimental environmental impact equivalent to deforestation.This has to be made serious.

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