Re: Coral Reefs Gone by Mid-century?
I didn't do any research into the acidification of oceans, but I wonder why focus on just that? There's lots of evidence that we're harming the environment in many different ways. Like global warming, there's probably no simple
data that a layperson can readily absorb and comprehend. It would time to study all the particulars, but who has time for that?
I don't know if you saw this article by William Rees I posted here a while back. It doesn't delve into acidification of oceans, but it does address the pending collapse of the world's fisheries along with many, many other environmental issues that we face.living-like-there-s-no-tomorrow-william-rees-t13962.html
There's this essay by Sandra Postel about the freshwater problem, an area that will surely eventually lead to wars:http://webpages.scu.edu/ftp/kwarner/7-12PostelWater.pdf
I can guarantee reading these two essays will bring you down. But again, why the special interest in the acidification of oceans?