Josh Willis: “We have tools in our toolbox….but we have some tough decisions.”

June 25, 2011

Josh Willis is one of the nation’s best known young oceanographers, and I’m happy to say, an advisor to the Climate Crock series.

In a brief, low-key-but-authoritative interview on America Radio News Network, Willis expanded on the implications of a recent report of the tremendous pressure we are putting on global oceans.

More video from the State of the Ocean project below, illustrating just how high the stakes are:

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One Response to “Josh Willis: “We have tools in our toolbox….but we have some tough decisions.””

  1. otter17 Says:

    Quote from the second video:
    “They [the changes] will affect all our lives, the whole of the world, in the next few decades to 50 years. We will see great changes taking place in our world”

    You have got to be shitting me. I wonder what emissions path he is referring to in order to bring about these changes within a few decades? I have to step up my green game… we all do.


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