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Maged Srour / IPS News  iconeForests and marine resources continue to shrinkIn the Press
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Nature  iconeBioaccumulation of persistent organic pollutants in the deepest ocean faunaAnalysis
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Forests and marine resources continue to shrink

Author : Maged Srour / IPS News
Deforestation and unsustainable farming are depriving the planet of forests, while destructive practices in fishing are limiting the chance to sustainably manage our oceans.
According to United Nations estimates, the world’s population is projected to increase from 7.6 billion today to close to 10 billion people by 2050. The global demand for food is estimated to grow by 50 percent, placing productive land and seas under huge pressure.
It ultimately means that the way we manage our forests and oceans now is crucial in addressing our future needs.

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