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    Sunscreen law in USVI passed to protect coral reefs

    Sunscreen law in USVI passed to protect coral reefs https://www.travelweekly.com/Caribbean-Travel/Sunscreen-law-in-USVI-passed-to-protect-coral-reefs By Gay Nagle Myers / Caribbean / Travel Weekly / travelweekly.com / Aug 16, 2019 “A law passed in the U.S. Virgin Islands last month will ban...
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    Key West Bans Sunscreens with Reef-Harming Chemicals

    Key West Bans Sunscreens with Reef-Harming Chemicals https://www.sportdiver.com/key-west-bans-sunscreens-with-reef-harming-chemicals By Dave Carriere / News / Sport Diver / sportdiver.com / February 6, 2019 “Key West, Florida, home to one of the largest coral barrier reef systems in the world...
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    Sunscreen ban seeks to protect coral reefs

    Sunscreen ban seeks to protect coral reefs https://www.travelweekly.com/Hawaii-Travel/Insights/Sunscreen-ban-seeks-to-protect-coral-reefs By Tovin Lapan / Travel Weekly / May 25, 2018 “The Hawaii legislature has passed a ban on sunscreens containing chemicals believed to harm coral reefs...
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    Why Hawaii is trying to ban a common sunscreen

    By Kendra Pierre-Louis "The waters surrounding Hawaii's eight main islands contain more than 410,000 acres of living coral reefs. If strung together, the reefs would be bigger than Oahu, Hawaii's third largest island. And because of Hawaii's geographic isolation, the reefs support unique life...