‘People’s livelihoods are intimately connected to the ocean’ – La Danaa Kanhai #Shorts #SaveOurOcean

United Nations published this video item, entitled “‘People’s livelihoods are intimately connected to the ocean’ – La Danaa Kanhai #Shorts #SaveOurOcean” – below is their description.

Marine biologist La Danaa Kanhai explains how peoples’ livelihoods are connected to the ocean in the Caribbean and therefore we must protect it.

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