Should today's oil rigs be tomorrow's reefs?

According to an international understanding, all offshore oil rigs, wind turbines and other structures must be removed from the environment once they’re no longer functional. A new study, however, claims that it might be better for marine life if such decommissioned installations just stayed put…
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