Our oceans cover nearly three quarters of the earth’s surface and in some places, are still true wilderness. They host the largest biodiversity on the planet and make life on earth possible for humans. The seas produce the majority of the oxygen we breathe and provide us with food. However, pollution, overfishing, mass tourism and habitat destruction are having a large impact on the health of the oceans.
In today’s modern world species are disappearing in an alarming rate. In the last 50 years the number of fish in the ocean has decreased by 70%. And with human population growth of almost 1,5 million a week we might run out of fish stocks sooner than we think.