Franz Josef Land is one of the last lingering remnants of the wild Arctic. The remote and nearly uninhabited archipelago is renowned for its biodiversity. The impact of climate change, however, nearly turned this serene environment deadly for National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Enric Sala.
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Franz Josef Land is one of the last lingering remnants of the wild Arctic. The remote and nearly uninhabited archipelago is renowned for its biodiversity. The impact of climate change, however, nearly turned this serene environment deadly for National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Enric Sala .
By removing human threats such as exploitation, fishing, mining, drilling, coastal development, and direct pollution, we can protect vast spaces of the ocean, which would lead to a healthier planet overall. “There is no more discussion about whether climate change exists. Now we're talking about the solutions. We need to make sure that people understand the urgency of the issue,” urges Sala. By working together, we can change the course.
Enric Sala is a National Geographic explorer-in-residence. He explores the wildest places in the ocean and tries to inspire countries’ leaders to protect them through the initiative he launched, Pristine Seas.
Be sure to watch Before the Flood on the National Geographic Channel, starting October 30.
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