The Monaco Declaration (PDF) warns of the dangers to our oceans if we don’t terminate the increase in CO2 in the atmosphere. The oceans are becoming increasingly acidic thanks the to rise in the levels of CO2 brought about by the industrial age. This is leading to the reduction of habitable space for coral. So, what, you say?

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  1. #1 Lilian Nattel
    January 31, 2009

    I saw Thomas Homer-Dixon talking about carbon levels. The stress and sadness in his face were heart-rending. Scientists can see what’s going on but don’t have the power to act. Only we do by making it a political issue. But people are short-sighted, focusing on the economy (as pressing as that is), when the world is sick.

  2. #2 conner
    January 25, 2010

    got any info and facts on monaco help me please