: The oceans cover 70% of the world’s surface and now a detailed map of the world’s protected marine areas reveals that protecting the oceans could solve not only climate change but also global The crisis of food supply and biodiversity can also be overcome.
Details of this important survey have been published in a research paper which states that strict protection of the oceans will ensure a steady supply of healthy food, promote the habitat and survival of marine animals, and perhaps climate change. A natural solution to change will also be found.
According to a report published in the weekly scientific journal Nature, experts have identified special places in the oceans. If they are closely monitored and protected, 80 percent of marine life will be protected, the number of fishing will increase by 8 million metric tons, and stopping sea floor trawling will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by up to one billion tons. Will Because this method of fishing on the sea floor is very dangerous.
That is why the trawling process is not only destructive to marine life but also releases millions of tons of carbon dioxide into the oceans each year. Professor Enrique Sella, a key member of the study, says only 7% of the world’s oceans are currently protected. He called on all countries to provide full protection to 30 per cent of the oceans by 2030 and said that it would bring immense benefits.
In his research, he says that with the help of marine data and algorithms, this work is possible globally and all participants must sit at a table because the protection of the oceans can provide countless benefits to humans in all circumstances.
International experts have played a key role in this study, which can be said to be a whole project (framework) rather than just a map, emphasizing strict monitoring and protection of one-third of the maritime areas as these sea areas repair themselves. And has excellent restorative properties.
These areas are called MPAs or Marine Protected Areas where many benefits can be reaped by banning fishing. In this way the whole environment and habitat is gradually restored. On the other hand, the report described the seabed trawling as extremely destructive.