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What is the Paris Climate Change agreement, and what could it mean for the world’s oceans?

By : Craig Harrison |July 19, 2017 |Blog |0 Comment

Whilst the Paris Agreement has been praised for its progressive steps towards the unification of the world’s leaders in action against the negative result of anthropogenic activity on the climate, it has also been criticised for its failure to determine legally enforced action as opposed to ‘promises’.Following research which charts the potential impacts of climate change on the oceans according to current predictions, and the potential impact of a worsening climate, concerns have been raised by many that the Paris Agreement simply does not go far enough.

Looking at both current effects and future projections, what does the Paris Climate Change Agreement mean for the world’s oceans?

Head over to LinkedIn to read what differences the Paris Climate Change Agreement could make, and let us know your thoughts on the potential consequences for the planet.

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