The Big Catch: whales show the way to cut more CO2
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The Big Catch: whales show the way to cut more CO2

Endre Szvetnik
Endre Szvetnik

Economists have put a figure on how much each whale on Earth is worth – in terms of their climate change-fighting potential. Based on the number they suggest to grow their population to lower the levels of CO2 in the air.

In 10 seconds? Whales play an important role in regulating the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Economists and scientists are now saying we should splash out money to protect them as they can massively contribute to the fight against global warming.

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