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COP26 failed to address ocean acidification, but the law of the seas means states must protect the world's oceans

By Karen Scott, Professor in Law, University of Canterbury
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Carbon dioxide can be classed as pollution under the UN law of the sea and countries have an obligation to prevent it from entering the ocean.The Conversation

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