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20 Years Since Exxon Valdez, New Ocean Threats?

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20 Years Since Exxon Valdez, New Ocean Threats?

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20 Years Since Exxon Valdez, New Ocean Threats?

20 Years Since Exxon Valdez, New Ocean Threats?

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Two decades since the catastrophic oil spill in Prince William Sound, today's threats to the ocean — from acidification to dead zones — are harder to see. Philippe Cousteau, CEO of EarthEcho International, and Peter Seligmann, chairman of Conservation International, discuss the ocean environment.