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European Commission wants to slash use of pesticides by 50% by 2030
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Plunge into Ocean Calls, the podcast making waves on our blue planet
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South Korean environmental activists protest against Japan's plan to dump radioactive water from Fukushima into the sea on World Oceans Day.
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