With rising temperatures, plastic pollution and carbon emissions in dangerous numbers, the health of the planet’s most important life-giving resource is imperiled. On Nov. 21, Award-winning actresses Jane Fonda and Diane Lane sat down with The Washington Post to call attention to the world’s oceans crisis and discuss Fonda's weekly climate change protests on the steps of the U.S. Capitol.
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