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To mark Earth Day, our voters took a closer look at some environmental actions being taken and considered whether enough is being done to protect our oceans. The recently signed High Seas Treaty has made headlines globally, and the decisions to protect areas of the high seas have been over a decade in the making.
"It is a scary thought that if we do not look after our oceans that our oxygen levels will fall and therefore will affect our lives."
"Well obviously, think about how much would be done if the priority shifted from the upper classes to our environment and people."
"Of course, 50% of our oxygen is produced by the oceans plants so harming our oceans affects our oxygen so every time you have rubbish think where it may end up."
Tom Crawford, from the Marine Conservation Society, a charity which campaigns for cleaner and healther oceans, responded to what the children said.