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Breaking News oceans die  we die  oceans life last warning to us  | Breaking News

Oceans Die, We Die: Oceans Life Last Warning To Us!

by: Donny Moss
oceans die  we die  oceans life last warning to us  | Breaking News

Paul Watson, the founder of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, is best known for using direct action to protect whales from Japanese whaling vessels, but he’s also a world-renowned advocate for the oceans and all of its other inhabitants.

Oceans Life Last Warning To Us!

Recommended: Breaking: Did You Know, All You Read About CO2 Rise Is Half The Truth

During an interview with TheirTurn in New York City, Watson explained why protecting the oceans is not only vital to sea animals but also to the very survival of the human species. 'If the oceans die, we die'. Watson explains that oceans, which he describes as the 'blue lungs' of the Earth, produce 70% of the oxygen that we breathe and that the source of the oxygen are phytoplankton. Since 1950, the amount of phytoplankton in the oceans has dropped by 40% due to whaling, commercial fishing, animal agriculture and other forms of pollution.

What is killing the oceans?
Global warming is causing sea levels to rise, threatening coastal population centers. Many pesticides and nutrients used in agriculture end up in the coastal waters, resulting in oxygen depletion that kills marine plants and shellfish. Factories and industrial plants discharge sewage and other runoff into the oceans

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Watson is the subject of new award-winning documentary film, Watson, that chronicles his career as an eco-warrior on the high seas. Watson is available on Animal Planet.

 


                                                     Oceans Die, We Die: Oceans Life Last Warning To Us!
                                                             Paul Watson: "If the Oceans Die, We Die"


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