Paul Beckwith Dec 11, 2019
Continuing on the climate emergency theme, myself, Peter Carter from the Climate Emergency Institute, and Regina Valdez discuss the oceans, and the scientific justification for an oceanic climate emergency. Clearly, as oceans warm, expand, acidify, and have reduced vertical mixing of oxygen and nutrients, the entire marine ecosystem from the base of the food chain to the highest trophic levels are all threatened. Life on land requires life in the oceans.
See supporting information at:
Our Oceanic Climate Emergency: COP25 Madrid: Life on Land Needs Life in the Oceans: Part 2 of 2