Climate Crisis: Oceans had highest temperature recorded in 2022

Climate Crisis: Oceans had highest temperature recorded in 2022

The oceans absorb almost all the heat caused by humanity’s carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. However, in 2022 they had the largest increase in the temperature recorded so far, which compromises not only their ecosystems and aquatic life but also humanity, flora and fauna. This was confirmed by a study published by 24 experts in the journal Advances … Read more

1.6 Billion Masks trash reached the ocean, will take 450 years to degrade

1.6 Billion disposable masks entered Oceans, its harmful impacts

More than 1.56 billion masks entered the oceans in 2020, according to a new report. The study presenting such an alarming figure has been published by the Hong Kong-based marine conservation organization OceansAsia, titled “Masks on the beach: the impact of covid-19 on marine plastic pollution”. Tons of plastic pollution To arrive at the result, the … Read more

Amount of plastic in oceans will quadruple by 2050, study says

Amount of plastic in oceans will quadruple by 2050, study says

Ground Report | New Delhi: Plastic in oceans; In mid-2015, the world was moved by a video recorded in Costa Rica that showed the suffering of a sea turtle as a biologist used metal pliers to extract a plastic straw from its nose. The images went viral thanks to the firm disposition of environmental activists, … Read more

Why are oceans important?

Why are oceans important

Ground Report | New Delhi: Why are oceans important?; The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) ‘Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate’, released on Wednesday, reveals the scope of the crisis facing humanity. facing the warming of the oceans and its immediate consequences. The IPCC is the United Nations body in … Read more

Oceans may expel ozone-depleting gas by 2075

India on climate change: $100 billion is a drop in the ocean

Ground Report | New Delhi: Oceans may expel ozone; A former enemy of the ozone layer is rising from its ashes. Despite the fact that the Montreal Protocol banned the use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) at the end of the 1980s for being ozone-depleting agents , research led by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) suggests … Read more