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WHICH IS OUR FUTURE?

        With close this painful description of the state of our oceans, I put myself a question: in which state will be the oceans for the future generations? Will they be able to repair the serious errors made still today ? A thing is sure, if one wants to preserve a life diversified on our old planet, it is necessary as of today changing way of life because the man, sorcerer's apprentice, are degrading in an irreversible way his marine environment. Being given their vastness, the seas and the oceans are regarded as sewers without end... The dimension of alarm was reached. More over, because of enormousin crease in its population, the man kind needs always more ground and food. It must however learn how to preserve the continental biotopes on which it depends, as well as the immense reserve of potential food which is the sea. If the destroyed man and poisons water, with long, it is it self which it destroys and poisons. The desert will advance and the sea will not be soon any more in capacity to provide the richness that it so liberally gave him during centuries, without never to have received, in exchange, the respect to which it has the right.

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Range of Croisic after the shipwreck of Erika

        Spectacular catastrophes which are the oil slicks, pollution by used water, waste domestic, agricultural, industrial and radioactive, eutrophication by nutritive salts and organic matter, the seas became dumps. In short, like writes it celebrates it American ecologist Barry Commoner: "there is not quite simply enough water on the ground to absorb and neutralize all the poisons which the man introduced into the medium" .


                                                           



 

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