John Vidal

Guardian newspaper

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Environment editor for the Guardian newspaper in London

John Vidal on KCRW

The ocean is our last frontier ­­ still largely unmapped and unclaimed, but that's rapidly changing.

Gold Rush on the Seas: The New Blue Economy

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Water is humankind's most precious resource. Demand is rising and resources are running low. Conservation and reclamation are needed all over the world.

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