There may well be things that are more unpleasant for people, but something I find very sin is the death of the coral reefs.
Much of the CO2 emitted is absorbed by the oceans.This changes the composition and this makes them sour. This means that organisms that need calcium, such as coral but also shellfish and microorganisms, have more difficulty in incorporating and storing this calcium, until they can end up at all.
A number of years ago, a main investigator of the research outpost One Tree[1 predicted that the large barrier reef in 2050 would be completely dead.Now it is a great chance that in 2050 almost all reefs will be gone. [2 They will probably be the first major ecosystem in the modern era that will extinction on a geological scale.
I find it extremely unfortunate, they are extraordinary ecosystems that comprise 40% of all ocean life.They are also exceptional in the way in which different organisms work together to build the chorale. Coral reefs are living constructions, something unique in our world. They are also huge, the large barrier reef stretches over 2600 kilometers and is 150 meters high in some places. The pyramid of Giza is nothing.
Many animals depend on the reefs, there are estimated 9 million species living in the ecosystem.As Elizabeth Kolbert states in her book The Sixth Extinction:
The way corals change the world -with huge construction projects spanning multiple generations -might be likened to the way humans do, with this crucial difference.
Instead of displacing other creatures, corals support them.
Coral reefs are already a very old form of existence.They have been around 500 million years. There are remnants of ancient reefs found on top of the Alps. The large barrier Reef has existed for about 500,000 years, although the modern reef is built on the old, and is still reasonably young-8000 years old. Coral reefs have also disappeared earlier in geological history; They are a paradox in this. In addition to being one of the oldest ecosystems, they are also one of the most vulnerable and most sensitive. They often disappear as first when major changes are underway.
Then the current form of the coral and all the species that live in it dies, but chances are that over a number of million years another group of calving organisms will develop into a coral.But considering that they only grow 0.3 to 2 centimeters a year, it can take tens of thousands of years before they reach a size like the reefs now, and it will not be the same species.
Just now that we have found Nemo, we are going to lose it again.Because if the house is not there, the inhabitants can also not exist further. 2050, that’s still in my life span (hopefully). I am going to experience the extinction of the coral reefs.
The dying of the polar bear.