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Environmental groups want the International Maritime Organization to regulate underwater noise pollution, which harms marine life and has worsened in recent years, particularly in the Arctic
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Familiar splits concerning emissions regulations dominated the second day of the Marine Environment Protection Committee. There are now just three hours left of the MEPC77’s allotted time to discuss weightier topics on reducing greenhouse gas emissions
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