Working with Blue Guards to protect the marine biodiversity in Bangladesh
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United States of America
The world’s oceans are home to an estimated 94 percent of the world’s organisms. Roughly half of the world’s oxygen supply comes from our oceans, where phytoplanktons – tiny plants that live in water – produce oxygen through photosynthesis. Additionally, these phytoplanktons are also responsible for our oceans acting as carbon sinks by absorbing more carbon dioxide than it releases.