Photos by Paul Nicklen @PaulNicklen | When someone says the phrase "climate crisis," what do you picture? Do you see the loss of sea ice or glaciers? The extinction of over 1,000,000 species over the next hundred years? Ocean acidification and the complete loss of coral reefs? While the Amazon burns and ice melts faster than ever in recorded history, what we do over the next ten years to preserve our ocean's integrity and its ability to provide for us—70% of our oxygen, drawing down carbon, and food for billions of people worldwide—may be the most important thing we do for the next ten thousand years. Join me @PaulNicklen on a journey to protect our Earth's ocean with @SeaLegacy. #turningthetide #climateaction #savetheplanet #bethechange

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Photos by Paul Nicklen @PaulNicklen | When someone says the phrase "climate crisis," what do you picture? Do you see the loss of sea ice or glaciers? The extinction of over 1,000,000 species over the next hundred years? Ocean acidification and the complete loss of coral reefs? While the Amazon burns and ice melts faster than ever in recorded history, what we do over the next ten years to preserve our ocean's integrity and its ability to provide for us—70% of our oxygen, drawing down carbon, and food for billions of people worldwide—may be the most important thing we do for the next ten thousand years. Join me @PaulNicklen on a journey to protect our Earth's ocean with @SeaLegacy. #turningthetide #climateaction #savetheplanet #bethechange
Photos by Paul Nicklen @PaulNicklen | When someone says the phrase "climate crisis," what do you picture? Do you see the loss of sea ice or glaciers? The extinction of over 1,000,000 species over the next hundred years? Ocean acidification and the complete loss of coral reefs? While the Amazon burns and ice melts faster than ever in recorded history, what we do over the next ten years to preserve our ocean's integrity and its ability to provide for us—70% of our oxygen, drawing down carbon, and food for billions of people worldwide—may be the most important thing we do for the next ten thousand years. Join me @PaulNicklen on a journey to protect our Earth's ocean with @SeaLegacy. #turningthetide #climateaction #savetheplanet #bethechange

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jeffborba

Jefferson Borba (@jeffborba)

It still not warm enough. Specially with the sun entering in a low activity period, the tendency is getting really cold in the near future

tinarun4bs

Tina (run for bees) (@tinarun4bs)

I think one of the most scary things about "climate crisis" is that there's so much we can't predict or even begin to understand. All we know is that the world will change and we will face many difficult challenges.

tj.morey

Tj Morey (@tj.morey)

Use minimal plastic, make minimal waste, switch to electric if possible, plant more trees, eat plant-based food, educate everybody, listen to Rage Against The Machine and fight the big powers that be.

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