The oceans have changed more in the past 30 years... - Wissenschaft und Deutsch (on Hiatus)
The oceans have changed more in the past 30 years than in all of human history. In many places, more than 75% of marine megafauna has been lost, and almost nowhere shallower than 3,000 feet has been untouched by commercial fishing.
These are just some of the stark facts presented by Callum Roberts, professor at the University of York and member of the Save Our Seas Foundation Science and Conservation Advisory Panel, in a new book titled The Ocean of Life. In an excerpt published this week in Newsweek, Roberts describes the extent to which we have impacted the oceans through overfishing and CO2 emissions, painting a disheartening picture of the future in store for over 70% of our planet if we don’t change course.


Click the pic to read more

The oceans have changed more in the past 30 years than in all of human history. In many places, more than 75% of marine megafauna has been lost, and almost nowhere shallower than 3,000 feet has been untouched by commercial fishing.

These are just some of the stark facts presented by Callum Roberts, professor at the University of York and member of the Save Our Seas Foundation Science and Conservation Advisory Panel, in a new book titled The Ocean of Life. In an excerpt published this week in Newsweek, Roberts describes the extent to which we have impacted the oceans through overfishing and CO2 emissions, painting a disheartening picture of the future in store for over 70% of our planet if we don’t change course.

Click the pic to read more

  1. xixamxclairex reblogged this from stopoverfishing
  2. kanyezesty reblogged this from stopoverfishing
  3. s4v3th3oc34n reblogged this from stopoverfishing
  4. stopoverfishing reblogged this from scienceyoucanlove
  5. sometimesoverwhelming reblogged this from scienceyoucanlove
  6. gretamay reblogged this from scienceyoucanlove
  7. may-the-force-be-with-us reblogged this from scienceyoucanlove
  8. partyonmypastel reblogged this from scienceyoucanlove
  9. andythebiomedicalvampireslayer reblogged this from scienceyoucanlove
  10. scienceyoucanlove posted this