How to prevent the deadly pandemic – from the air to the sea, and beyond – in our oceans
We have already seen the effects of climate change.
Now the effects are happening to the ocean.
Scientists are warning that the effects may be as severe as they are severe in the land.
They have found that rising temperatures and saltwater intrusion are causing an increase in the number of species of corals that are dying off and the death of the corals’ eggs.
They are also warning that corals are dying as they do because they are dying in a world where they can’t thrive.
But they also warn that this can’t be stopped.
They say that as the ocean continues to warm and the sea surface rises, we are entering a new stage in which corals and other organisms are being killed off in the name of warming the planet.
We are in a stage of warming that we will probably never escape.
That’s what scientists say is happening with the coralline algae, which is the world’s second largest food source for corals.
The algae is also the reason corals can thrive.
The algae is what corals need to survive, and it can’t grow if it is too cold or too hot.
What’s happening with corals in the ocean is an ecological disaster.
As we are warming the oceans, it is only a matter of time before we will see the effects that we have seen in our own land, in the atmosphere, and in the oceans.
These are the issues that we are facing.
Dr Paul Trewhella, a coral scientist at the University of Exeter, said: Corals are the first line of defence for us against the climate change, and the oceans are a major part of that.
Coral life forms can live for billions of years without having to be protected.
When we destroy coral reefs and kill off its food supply, corals become the first casualty of this changing environment.
It’s a situation that’s not new.
“It is an incredibly complicated ecosystem and the effects on marine life can be enormous.
This is a global problem, and we must do everything we can to mitigate it,” said Dr Trewthella.
He told BBC News: “There’s been a lot of work done on this.
One of the things that we’re looking at is to develop strategies to mitigate the impacts on corals, but also on other animals.
So the coral ecosystem has been a major area of focus for many years.
I think that the oceans need to be looked at as an ecosystem.
They have a huge amount of food and they are also the main source of income for a lot, so there’s a lot to lose.
There is a lot that we need to do.”
But he said that corallines could also be the next victims of global warming, and that it would take “a very long time” before corals would be safe from the impacts.
Professor Peter Wadhams, a co-author of a study published in the journal Nature Climate Change, said that the world was heading towards a “tipping point” where it is becoming “very difficult to avoid climate change”.
He said: It will be quite a long time before the oceans will be safe to be in, because it’s going to get hotter and hotter.
Trewheella said: “The more warming we go into, the more dangerous that becomes.
Our climate is already changing very rapidly.
If we don’t take action now, we’ll end up doing more damage.”
What can we do?
What you can do…
The first step is to protect your home.
Most people will say they don’t want to have to pay extra to protect their property.
But if you live in a coastal city, it may be wise to consider paying more for a home insurance policy.
Make sure you are aware of your insurance and get the latest information on what is out there.
Find out what the damage will cost if you can’t pay and what you can.
In order to protect yourself, get advice from your insurance agent.
How much does it cost?
If you live on a property, it might be wise for you to get a quote from your insurer.
For example, the average cost for a car is around £1,000.
To get a cheaper car, ask your insurance company what their rates are and compare them with what your insurance will pay.
Don’t forget to buy your car in a secure location, such as a garage or storage unit.
Try to find a reliable source of insurance for your home, and look for policies that cover storm damage and flooding.
Read more about home insurance.
Where can I get help?
The National Flood Insurance Scheme is run by the National Flood Centre in England.
You can apply for flood insurance through the National Insurance Scheme (