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According to the United Nations, marine debris is possibly one of the most solvable pollution problems in the world.
According to the United Nations, marine debris is possibly one of the most solvable pollution problems in the world. This is True.
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According to the United Nations, marine debris is possibly one of the most solvable pollution problems in the world. This is True.

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