Third Of The Marine Life In the Arabian Gulf May Go Extinct By 2090!
Like most parts of the world, the marine life in the Arabian Gulf is in danger, and very limited effort is being taken to preserve it. According to researchers, a third of the marine life in the Arabian Gulf with its different species could be wiped out by the year 2090 due to rising sea temperatures.
The oceans are heating up more than previously expected, and the already warm Arabian Gulf makes it even more vulnerable to the effects of climate change. During the seventh World Government Summit in Dubai, the scientists at the Climate Change Forum explained how this could lead to the loss of third of the sea’s biodiversity over the next 70 years.
The World Government Summit, which is held annually in Dubai, serves as a global platform for leading voices from the private, public, and non-profit sectors. It discusses and showcase innovations, best practices, and smart solutions to shape the future of governments.
In a session called “Climate Change and the Health of our Oceans”, experts hosted by the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment (