Bay of Bengal: depleted fish stocks and huge dead zone signal tipping point | GarryRogers Nature Conservation

GR:  Dead zones will spread across marine fisheries in the coming years. With rising sea level, stronger storms, and humid low-country heat waves, humans will begin to abandon coastal lowlands and move inland. For decades, we’ve know that we needed to reduce our population and our consumption of land, energy and water. We didn’t do it. So we exceeded Earth’s carrying capacity. As geophysical systems change and biological ecosystems collapse, tipping points at sea, across arctic ice, and on land will initiate gnawing consequences. There is growing belief that dystopian Earth is unavoidable now. The article includes maps.

Source: Bay of Bengal: depleted fish stocks and huge dead zone signal tipping point | GarryRogers Nature Conservation