Climate change undermines Oxygen Producing Ecosystems
by Dr. John Singh
What happens when humans continue to pursue a capitalist economic system, that destroys vital oxygen-producing organisms from phytoplankton, to trees in fragile rainforest ecosystems? That is an easy one, yeh. The result would be a decreasing supply of oxygen in Earth's atmosphere, in relationship to other toxic gases. The greed-driven Petroleum-based economies of the Western World has put humanity and other life much closer to the brink, than what "mainstream" environmental groups would care to admit.
The Petroleum-based economies carry the cost of starving the Earth of vital oxygen, eventually making our planet's inhospitable to humans, and other biological organisms.
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