Oceans are the Victims of Climate Change, Not the Cause
Miyoko Sakashita
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Hey Miyoko, first, thank you for your great insights!

If your findings are correct (and I believe they are), in my opinion, the concentration of acids will increase in the future, due to the fact that the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is still rising (currently 400 ppm).

I am curious about your estimation as an expert for the future development of our oceans and would appreciate your comment!

Furthermore, I guess that you are also in your personal, daily life trying to protect our environment and therefore, I would like to share with you my knowledge about the water footprint of foods. Thus, I believe, beside of many other challenges, the water scarcity will become one of the hardest to withstand, due to the fact that we need water for almost everything! If you are interested in saving hundreds of liters of water per day, you can read my article. However, I think this problem cannot be solved alone and therefore, encourage you to share the information with your friends and family if you think it could have a positive impact!

Anyway, have an awesome day :D

Felix

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