This is yet another talk dealing with global warming issues. However, what's special about it is that it offers a better understanding of the reasons why global warming is bad for the oceans. Rob Dunbar talks the most about what he thinks it's the oceans' biggest problem: ocean acidification. The cause is the CO2 in the atmosphere. The effect is the death of ocean life, and the destruction of it's ecosystems. Potentially, this can mean the extinction of all ocean life. The solution would involve the reduction of CO2 concentration in the atmosphere until it reaches 350. Now it is 390, and most people would say we'll be fine until 450. Find out more right here:
* Today's talk was translated by Madalina Dinita.