What happens in the oceans affects us all
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If we are merely looking at the vast expanse of waters from the shores of Thailand, the Philippines, Singapore and Indonesia, or living in the landlocked Lao People’s Democratic Republic, we will tend to think that oceans are too big, too deep, and too lively to be overfished and polluted. We will tend to feel that they are too far from Southeast Asia to impact our everyday lives.
Soriano, Z. D. (2016, April 29). What happens in the oceans affects us all. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A17.
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Oceans; Water pollution; Overfishing; Human food; Air; Climate; Public health; Illegal fishing; Deep-sea mining; Oil; Gases; Metals; Pollution; Plastics; Silting; Coral bleaching; Climatic changes; Acidification; Seafood; Fish; Environmental protection; Marine ecology; Biodiversity; Territorial waters; Jurisdiction; United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea; Law of the sea; Conferences; Governance; Geography; Organizations; Fishery management; Protected areas; Environmental impact; Environmental assessment; Marine parks; Nature conservation; Medicine; Fishery products; United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)
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