Blue Carbon: Research Tidbit #2

The forests of the sea.

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Ocean mist hangs on my windows at dawn. I’m bundled up indoors, slouched on my sofa with my laptop, cramming for a class presentation at 8am. It’s for a course on climate change that I took of my own accord.

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