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Emerging threats analyst and author Robert Marston Fanney on new frontiers of climate change. Dr. Alex Rogers of Oxford: State of the Oceans 2013.
All interviews by Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock.
Music: "Luthiel's Song: Dreams of the Ringed Vale" by multi-media artist Ethan Jackson.
Music: DANCE Live at the Labyrinth at Shambhala Music Festival 2011
Good break point at 29 minutes in the affiliates version, for stations needing to insert ID.
Yes, we are in trouble. Last week we peered into the impending crash of the economy. It may dance on for a while using funny money from the Federal Reserve and other central banks. But fall it will.
A mere Depression would be good news, if the climate could stay the same for humans and all creatures. But even during hard times, we'll keep on dragging more and more dirty fossil fuels out of the ground. It's a burning party, maybe a funeral pyre.
We talk it all through with emerging threats analyst and author Robert Marston Fanney.
You'll also hear an interview with a top marine biologist from the UK. Alex Rogers is the co-lead author of the new State of the Oceans 2013 report.
Alex reminds us that global warming is more a story of the oceans than our experiences of floods, fires, and storms on land. Most of our excess carbon is going into the sea, changing its chemistry, temperature, and the basis of the food chain.
The ocean is where it's happening, and the ocean is a news nowhere land where reporters don't go, and humans don't care.