As the international climate talks (#COP25) close for another year and leaders continue to dither on taking real & meaningful #climate action, people around the world are more aware than ever of the dangers of the #climatecrisis!
Stabilising the climate requires restoring #ocean health. Monica Verbeek of Seas at Risk & Rebecca Hubbard of Our Fish put together a formidable panel of experts made the case that ending overfishing is climate action!
One of the experts is Angela Martin who is currently doing her PhD in Norway, studying the role of fish in the carbon cycle. Angela is also an advisor to and member of the Women4Oceans community. Angela's expertise was made visible through the W4O platform. You can watch her talk below.
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Farah is an Ocean Advocate who lives by the sea in the Netherlands. Farah loves running, diving, talking oceans & cats