Speaking in Sydney on Monday, Mr Kerry told high school children gathered at the iconic Darling Harbour they have a major responsibility to the ocean because of mankind's connection to it. "If you measure the salt in human blood, it tells you the story of our own evolution and connections," Mr Kerry said. "So we hope to continue to focus the attention of nations on our common responsibility to protect the oceans of the world. "Every kid on a beach can pick up a piece of plastic and not allow it to become the death note for a marine mammal or birds or others who end up ingesting it accidentally.
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