The world’s ocean are being threatened by points ranging overfishing to deep-sea mining.
Worldwide waters are the planet’s final, lawless wilderness.
However they additionally an unlimited thriving ecosystem, vital to each residing factor, offering half the oxygen we breathe.
For the fifth time of making an attempt in 15 years, delegates from 193 UN member states met in New York.
They’re arguing over how formalise a Treaty of the Excessive Seas to guard the deep oceans.
So, can a worldwide treaty protect them?
Presenter: Nick Clark
Will McCallum – Co-executive director at Greenpeace UK
Minna Epps – Head of the Ocean group at Worldwide Union for Conservation of Nature
Robert Blasiak – Researcher on the Stockholm Resilience Centre