Trying to halt the end of the world as we know it
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While other extinction events in prehistory were due to freak accidents or an ever-changing planet, scientists claim that the present extinction event is due to human impact on the environment. Overfishing and the alteration of the ocean’s chemical structure due to human activity are affecting fish populations in the oceans, and consequently, on our plates. While we can shrug it off for now, soon fish will have nothing to eat, and after that, guess who loses our next meal? That’s right: us.
Garcia, J. L. (2018, March 1). Trying to halt the end of the world as we know it. BusinessWorld, p. S2/9.
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