New research proves that global warming reduces the amount of oxygen in the oceans and seas, and therefore kills marine species and even threatens their quality of life and prosperity.
It has not yet been proved to any significant degree which species and to what manner but the location with the most degradation is in the higher latitudes where global warming’s effects are stronger.
The UN’s sustainable development protocols require urgent attention at the UN GA coming up in the spring of 2019 through more vigorous discuss, debate and implementation of stronger protocols in relation to global warming and climate change in Earth’s largest cities.
With disturbing research results on the rise, it is now even more critical to act to accelerate project launches, with designs also to reduce harmful emissions from the burning of increasing high polluting fossil fuels, especially in transport, but also in industry, agriculture and building.
World leaders to be lauded in these regards for concrete contributions include Shenzhen for phasing in 18,000 electric buses into its transport system.
Tallinn has also launched a progressive program of free city transport and accordingly has reduced traffic jams by 7.5 percent and corresponding harmful emissions that increase incidences of illnesses and diseases.
More urgent and stronger measures would save a million people who die annually from harmful emissions around the world as well as calming millions who live in coastal areas where SLR is critically threatening without significant reductions in gross carbon emissions from each nation worldwide, and especially India which ranks 177 out of 180 nations for environmental health and has 14 of the top 15 most heavily polluted cities.
Much more can be done especially by influential and wealthy people, 40 percent of which reside in some manner in the US, who have thought about their legacy in our history, including substantial material rewarding based on merits for compliance, including to a larger degree improving the well-being of the environment and reducing harmful emissions in any manner.
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