Looking at the Blue Planet (Pt. 1)
Let’s begin with a single example, with the fact that life will come to an end in all the oceans and seas of the world in 2050, which, if you ask me, does not reflect the whole truth because the fish stocks that can be commercially fished will be consumed much earlier than that date and they will be replaced by a cemetery of plastics. However, the microorganisms adapting to the changing circumstances and living especially in deep waters will be transformed along with other more complicated forms of life. The question is, in the context of our country and the world, as ordinary citizens what do we know about this process of pollution and extinction, of plastic’s invasion of the whole world including the land and the seas, and the decrease of the number and variety of fish stocks and all the other living things in the oceans and seas along with the highly probable total disappearance of them in the near future as a result of these processes that take place simultaneously?