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Estefanía González señalado: "Los impactos más visibles del cambio climático en los océanos se representan claramente en el aumento del nivel del mar por el deshielo de los glaciares o las olas de calor marinas están provocando cambios en ecosistemas costeros. El cambio climático y la pérdida de biodiversidad marina no pueden pensarse y resolverse por separado" External link

elpopular-AR Monday, January 27, 2020 9:49:00 PM CET

Estefanía González afirmó: “La vida de entre 100 y 300 millones de personas podría verse amenazadas si la crisis de los océanos continúa () El cambio climático y la pérdida de biodiversidad marina no pueden pensarse y resolverse por separado” External link

uniradioinforma Monday, December 9, 2019 6:14:00 PM CET

Grethel Aguilar said: “With this report, the scale of damage climate change is wreaking upon the ocean comes into stark focus. As the warming ocean loses oxygen, the delicate balance of marine life is thrown into disarray,” External link

zmescience Monday, December 9, 2019 2:11:00 PM CET

Grethel Aguilar said: “The potentially dire effects on fisheries and vulnerable coastal communities mean that the decisions made at the ongoing UN Climate Change Conference are even more crucial. To curb ocean oxygen loss alongside the other disastrous impacts of climate change, world leaders must commit to immediate and substantial emission cuts,” External link

zmescience Monday, December 9, 2019 2:11:00 PM CET

John Condon said (about Marine Policy): “While it is good to see that the European Commission is taking steps to consider emergency measures, this delayed action to rescue dolphins, porpoises and whales from fishing nets could have disastrous consequences this winter, just like last year. The Commission should immediately adopt emergency measures – which it is empowered to do in these conditions by the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy” External link

eureporter Monday, December 9, 2019 5:46:00 AM CET

Isabella Lövin said: “Whilst we have known about dead zones in the ocean for many decades, ocean warming is now expected to further amplify de-oxygenation across great swathes of the ocean. We need to work together to get the ocean oxygen budget back in balance” External link

thenational Saturday, December 7, 2019 10:40:00 PM CET

Minna Epps señala: «Necesitamos una acción mundial urgente para superar y revertir los efectos de la desoxigenación de los océanos. Las decisiones adoptadas en la actual conferencia sobre el cambio climático determinarán si nuestros océanos continúan sustentando una rica variedad de vida o si las zonas marinas habitables, ricas en oxígeno, se pierden de manera creciente, progresiva e irrevocable» External link

abc-Andalucia Saturday, December 7, 2019 1:20:00 PM CET

Timmy Dooley added: “we have both a moral obligation to protect and enhance the immense natural resources of our waters and ensure future generations will be able to enjoy them” External link

irishtimes Monday, September 2, 2019 10:31:00 PM CEST

Eirik Lindebjerg said: “It is clear that actions need to be taken at the global level to ensure solutions are agreed and implemented at a scale that is commensurate to the size of the problem,” External link

pina Thursday, August 29, 2019 4:16:00 AM CEST

Eirik Lindebjerg said: “Now is the time for other world leaders and policy makers, especially in Asia Pacific, to join the growing chorus of nations calling for a global treaty. This is the best and only chance we have of arresting the plastic crisis before it spirals further out of control, whether it be in our oceans and waterways, our landscapes, or even in our bodies,” External link

pina Thursday, August 29, 2019 4:16:00 AM CEST

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