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Coastal Corrosion
As we pump carbon pollution into the air, our oceans are absorbing it—and acidifying faster than they have in 300 million years. That’s terrible for scallops, clams, and oysters, and could devastate the $1 billion-a-year shellfish industry—and the coastal communities that rely on it. Learn More

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