The Ocean is Dying, But Can We Still Eat It?
The dark matter of climate change
Gosh, I don’t even know where to start this. It is just so baffling.
Yesterday a Croatian TV network aired the news that sardines are dying in the Adriatic sea because the water is reaching 30°C (86°F for my American friends). Temperatures like this are without precedence in this region, and marine life struggles to survive.
Croatia has or should have a significant stake in this issue. They have the longest coastline in the east, and most of their…