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In Samoa, villages can set up and enforce marine protected areas. Simon_sees/Flicker, CC BY-SA
June 10, 2021

Our moana (ocean) is in a state of unprecedented ecological crisis. Multiple, cumulative impacts include pollution, sedimentation, overfishing, drilling and climate change. All affect the health of both marine life and coastal communities. To reverse the decline and avoid reaching tipping points, we must adopt more holistic and integrated governance and management approaches.

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