WWF: Protect the deep sea


  • Though it’s right here with us on Earth, the deep sea seems out of this world. Covering around half our planet’s surface, it’s a largely unknown, uncharted world. But despite its many mysteries, we know this: it hosts spectacular wildlife, may hold medical breakthroughs, and plays an essential role in regulating our climate

We also know this: if deep seabed mining is allowed, the damage would be felt for generations to come. Why? Deep seabed mining involves scraping the ocean floor up to 4 kilometres below the surface for metals and minerals – mainly to produce the batteries that power our gadgets and the current generation of e-vehicles.

If it goes ahead, it could unleash a wave of terrible consequences for our ocean and the people who depend on it. It could – but this is one disaster we can stop before it starts:

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accompanied by: Srdjan Acanski, B.Sc

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