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World Ocean Day message from Martha J. Shaw Earth Advertising and CSRwire World Ocean Day message from Martha J. Shaw Earth Advertising and CSRwire Presentation Transcript

  • Changes in Earth’s Atmosphere photo by Martha ShawCSRwire
  • mean changes in Earth’s Oceansphere. photo by Martha ShawCSRwire
  • Atmosphere touches the oceanon 70% of the earth’s surface. photo by David ShawCSRwire
  • 25% of carbon emissionsare absorbed by the sea.
  • For 20 million years, sea water chemistry was stable.CSRwire
  • CSRwire
  • The burning of fossil fuels only began in the late 18 Century. thCSRwire
  • Throughout time, the fossils had remained buried.CSRwire
  • But now,CSRwire
  • 21.3 billion tons of carbon dioxide is emitted everyCSRwireyear.
  • This carbon overload has made our oceans acidic.CSRwire
  • Acid corrodes protective shells and bones of photo by John Halvorson marine life.CSRwire
  • CSRwirephoto by Michelle Pugh
  • In coastal seas, the structureof reef systems photo by Michelle Pugh is weakened.CSRwire
  • Yet, islands need reefs as buffers to waves and storm surge...CSRwire
  • photo from Larry Mayer
  • …and rising seas.photo from Larry Mayer
  • Man is exhausting the safe extraction of fossil fuel.CSRwire CSRwire
  • As countrieslabor overwho will cutemissionsby howmuch, photo by Martha ShawCSRwire
  • ... and while business leaders work toward a low carbon economy, photo by Martha ShawCSRwire
  • …and as throngs of world citizens demand environmental justice, photo by Martha Shaw
  • CSRwire is keeping it real.
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