Years of Living Dangerously – EPISODE 206: Collapse of the Oceans
There is one place on Earth where the impacts of climate change are most profound and yet practically invisible: the oceans. The majority of the world’s excess heat and almost half of the world’s greenhouse gasses are absorbed by the oceans. Joshua Jackson travels from Vancouver to the Great Barrier Reef to the small fishing villages of the Philippines to see firsthand the effects of manmade climate change on the world’s oceans. What’s surprising are the social and economic impacts these changes can have on people around the world.