Earth’s coral reefs could be gone by 2100, research finds

Earth’s coral reefs could be gone by 2100, research finds

According to a new research, rising sea surface temperatures and acidic waters could eliminate nearly all existing coral reef habitats by 2100. The research says that coral habitats are most at risk due to climate change and human pollution will have only a minor role in their future elimination. Illegal fishing and coastal development projects are some other threats cited by the study.

Monster Mash
Monster Mash 4 months

keep pushing back the apocalypse eventually you will get it right.

Ryan M
Ryan M 4 months

This was supposed to happen by 1999. Then 2021. Now 2100.

Bart De Bock
Bart De Bock 4 months

X to doubt

bobby_5150 4 months

Is this before or after the icecaps disappear?

space ghost
space ghost 4 months

We may grow a third leg too.

Sal 4 months

Could, might and may, the three words liberally used to spread disinformation and fear.

America 4 months

I don't think so.

Tin Ego
Tin Ego 4 months

You all worry about this while I steal your pensions, flout all western environmental regulations and most basic of labour laws in my third world based factories and syphon off the developing worlds skilled labor to save me training budgets.

CoLpOeSnED 4 months

Guess they ought to adapt

David Silverstone
David Silverstone 4 months

Yeah I doubt it, they said they'd be dead already 🤔

Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion 4 months

sad. I was hoping it would happen sooner so I could stop hearing people cry about it.

Ross 4 months

Tax and full Government control will fix everything.

Mod Okay
Mod Okay 4 months

Love seeing these keyboard scientists who think they know more than the actual scientists who study these subjects because they found one article on google lol.

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