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Stockholm - 15 days ago

A new role for transnational corporations in an increasingly crowded ocean?

The MV Wakashio ran aground on a coral reef in Mauritius in late July 2020, leaking 1,000 tonnes of oil into the crystal blue waters of a lagoon, threatening mangrove, seagrass and mudflat habitats. Since then, dozens of dead dolphins and porpoises have washed ashore, writes Robert Blasiak in a new article in The Conversation.


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