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18 August 2022

Oceans and our choices

As the global temperature rises due to climate change, it is increasingly having a detrimental effect on marine life.

One example of this can be seen in coral reefs, which are rapidly being destroyed. Corals depend upon specific water temperatures for their growth, and with rising temperatures they are calcifying at an alarming rate. This is leading to massive bleaching events that are devastating marine ecosystems and endangering countless species of animals and plants. 

Furthermore, an increased amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is causing ocean acidification, which is making it harder for certain species such as plankton to survive. This has a cascading effect that disrupts food chains throughout the ocean and puts many species at risk of extinction. 

It is imperative that we take action to reduce our emissions and prevent further damage to coral reefs and other sensitive habitats if we wish to protect marine life. We must also increase our efforts to restore damaged ecosystems, so that we can ensure a healthy future for the world's oceans.