Dead Zones in the Oceans Have Quadrupled Since 1950 … And It’s Linked to Our Obsession With Meat

A new study recently published in the journal Science by GO2NE (Global Ocean Oxygen Network) found that oceanic dead zones have quadrupled, increased 1000 percent, since 1950. The study points to climate change and the industrial animal agriculture industry as the main drivers for the dramatic increase.

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