June 13, 2016 0 Comments
Coral bleaching is when coral reefs become devoid of colors and turn white – hence the term “bleached.” Although these bleached corals can survive, they are more vulnerable to disease and have a higher mortality rate.
As more corals get bleached, more homes for fish disappear, thus food supply gets reduced. Damaged coral reefs could lead to a compromised ecosystem, which could then affect fish communities, the local communities' livelihood, food supply, and even the production of items that make use of ingredients from the ocean.
October 16, 2016 0 Comments
This World Food Day, learn how climate change affects our food production and supply, and what we can do about it.
October 02, 2016 0 Comments