A new report from scientists at the Australian Institute of Marine Science has found that coral growth in the Great Barrier Reef has declined to it’s slowest rate in the past 400 years. Contributing to the decline of the growth rate of coral are global warming and the increasing acidity of seawater. The destruction of coral threatens many marine organisms, as the reefs are central and key components of the ecosystems and food webs.
Just like every year that passes by, climate change is just getting worse and worse every year. Back when we were dealing with the prime of Covid we saw some positive results. Due to travel restrictions we saw a huge decrease in air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions