globalcoral.orgWe Have Already Exceeded the Upper Temperature Limit for Coral Reef Ecosystems, Which are Dying at Today's CO2 Levels - Global Coral Reef AllianceViews 955Likes Rating 12345GCRA WHITE PAPER April 2, 2018 2018 Talanoa Dialogue Platform We Have Already Exceeded the Upper Temperature Limit for Coral Reef Ecosystems, Which are Dying at Today’s CO2 Levels Thomas J. F. Goreau, Raymond L. Hayes, Continue reading We Have Already Exceeded the Upper Temperature Limit for Coral Reef Ecosystems, Which are Dying at Today’s CO2 Levels→1
phys.orgClimate change to overtake land use as major threat to global biodiversityClimate change will have a rapidly increasing effect on the structure of global ecological communities over the next few decades, with amphibians and reptiles being significantly more affected than birds and mammals, a new report by UCL finds.
blogs.edf.orgThe remarkable recovery of U.S. fisheries continuesAt a time when there is significant concern about the erosion of environmental protections, a new report card from the National Marine Fisheries Service confirms that one of the most important conservation success stories of our time remains on track. The turnaround of U.S. fisheries is a remarkable
kids.nationalgeographic.comMagazine Sneak PeekIn this special Save the Earth issue of National Geographic Kids, take a fun personality quiz to find out what kind of planet protector you are. Then learn 52 ways you can help save the world. You'll also get the scoop on how small changes can make big differences when it comes to climate change, pollution, habitat destruction, and declining biodiversity. And check out the giveaway page from March 21 to 28 for a chance to win a copy of the National Geographic Kids book 100 Ways to Make the World Better.
theonion.comPressure Mounting For Humans To Step Down As Head Of Failing Global EcosystemEARTH—Noting that the species’ tenure in the leadership role has been marked by an incompetence and shortsightedness that has caused irreparable damage, sources reported Thursday that humans are facing increased calls to give up their position as head of the world’s failing ecosystem.
video.nationalgeographic.comExplore One of the Most Pristine Coral Reefs in the WorldNov. 17, 2017 - This is one of the world's most pristine reefs—and one of the most biodiverse. The Philippine's Tubbataha is host to 600 species of fish, 13 species of whales and dolphins, and 360 species of coral. The reef's isolated location, combined with committed management, has left it in a nearly pristine state.