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Hawaii Becomes First State To Ban Sunscreens That Harm Coral Reefs
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5 Jul 2018 03:19 AM EST

David Ige (D) signed a bill on Tuesday banning almost all sunscreens that contain certain chemicals that damage coral reefs and other marine ecosystems. “This bill is a small first step worldwide to really caring about our corals and our reefs in a way that no one else anywhere in the world has done,” he said during the bill signing. According to the governor’s office, the law will go into effect on Jan. “In my lifetime, our planet has lost about half its coral reefs,” he said.

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