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Te Ipukarea Society: Living by the ocean, science gets real

Saturday 24 August 2019 | Published in Environment

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Te Ipukarea Society: Living by the ocean, science gets real
The Nautilus Live exploration vessel. 19082355

OPINION: There are not enough young people working in the field of science and conservation in the Cook Islands. School students here who do well in their formative school years and look to pursue further studies are typically encouraged into arts, law, or economics.

OPINION: There are not enough young people working in the field of science and conservation in the Cook Islands. School students here who do well in their formative school years and look to pursue further studies are typically encouraged into arts, law, or economics.


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