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Turning Up The Volume

Posted by: Chris Laughlin

I am continually reminded and amazed at how everything can be so connected. From what I’ve been reading in recent articles… if we don’t start doing something to curb our fossil fuel consumption, combined with the fact that the overall pH of the world’s oceans continues to drop, the volume is only going to increase in our beautiful big blue. And, our beautiful big blue marine life will pay the price…

Gray whale off of the coast of Mexico

As if they don’t have . Numbering less than 400, the North Atlantic right whale ranks among the most endangered species in the world.

Southern right whale, sister species to the North Atlantic right whale and North Pacific right whale.

Check out this recent MBARI (Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute) article: “”

Bottom line:

We’ve got to START PROTECTING and STOP TURNING UP THE VOLUME.

Date Posted: October 10, 2008 @ 3:41 pm

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