Anthropocene, Climate Change News, 2018: Warming Times, Coral on the Way Out


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 05 January 2018

 

 

Climate Change News
The Anthropocene
Warming Times

Coral on the Way Out

The window for saving the world's coral reefs is rapidly closing,
ARC Centre of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies, January 4, 2018.

The measurement of our effect on our atmosphere and environment are improperly, only partially measured as "degrees," of temperature change, or as a function of the changing character of the seasons and the timing of their transitions. Though significant and valuable, these "physical" frameworks of measurement miss the most significant, and possibly the most important effect that these changes will ultimately have on humanity.

That's the effect us on the Web of Life, on the interdependent web of our physical environment with all living things. Our effects are altering the fundamental fertility of our planet.

The only comprehensive way to measure the full effect of our destruction is by measuring the physical effect in context of the observed effect on the "timing" and distribution of all living things, in this case above, at coral.

These fundamental effects on the physical and living components of our effect requires we Americans take a look at the nature of our fundamental physical and moral relationships with each other, and exactly how we "relate" to Nature.

 

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