Friday, July 27, 2012

A world without coral reefs

"we airbrushed view of the crisis... Coral reefs, like rain forests, are a symbol of biodiversity. And, like rain forests, they are portrayed as existentially threatened — but salvageable. The message is: “There is yet hope.” 

Bradbury says no, there isn't.

 "...these forces are unstoppable and irreversible. And it is these two features — acceleration and inertia — that have blindsided us."
Time to wake up.

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