210 - A High Seas Treaty at Last! With Gabrielle Carmine
Finally! The members of the United Nations have agreed to a treaty that will manage and protect the marine biodiversity that lies outside of national jurisdictions--almost 2/3 of the global ocean. In this episode Gabrielle Carmine of the Duke Marine Lab returns to the show to give Anders Halverson an insider's view of the agreement. What's in the agreement? How did it happen? Tune in to find out!
If you want to get in touch with Gabrielle, you can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or find her on Twitter @GabbyCarmine
You can find Anders at his website.
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