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The effects of climate change on coral reefs and women at Jacques Cousteau’s Underwater Reserve, Guadeloupe

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About 25% of the world’s fish (over 4,000 species!) live on coral reefs, and they provide more than 450 million people with food and income. Reefs create islands through the accumulation of sand and sediment, providing homes to people, birds, and turtles, as well as shelter so that delicate seagrass beds and mangrove habitats can thrive.

Yet coral reefs are dying. Already, our planet has lost 27% of this important ocean ecosystem. If present rates of destruction are allowed to continue,
(Blake, an Advice Project student – photo by Melissa Banigan for The Advice Project)

The Advice Project believes read more >>>

Source : HuffingtonPost.Com





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