5th, 6th, 7th July 2021
Preserving and restoring life in marine ecosystems is a priority. Oceans generate most of the oxygen we breathe, absorb a large quantity of carbon emissions, regulate the climate, and feed the world’s population. It is essential for them to remain healthy. Sea vegetation may be the key to prevent our way of life from collapsing, with large-scale marine reforestation plans. Protecting the culture of seas also entails reducing the impact of human activities on marine ecosystems by introducing regulations to do away with overfishing and strategies to prevent illegal fishing.