Reports, Brochure & presentations
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Goes presentation in English video 23minutes
The GOES report
Plastic and chemicals toxic to plankton will accelerate ocean acidification which could devastate humanity in 25 years unless we stop the pollution
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE eJOURNAL Vol. 1, No. 28: Jun 17, 2021
Video...You can save our coral reefs
25% of all life in the oceans and the food supply for 1 billion people depend upon coral reefs, yet we have killed 50% of the worlds coral and the remaining 50% will likely be dead in 10 years unless we stop pollution for industrial and municipal waste water as well as toxic chemicals from cosmetics such as sunscreen.
The Goes Brochure optimised for the web
Video...You can stop climate change
All life on earth depends upon plankton in the Oceans. We have already lost 60%, and according to NASA and others it is disappearing at a rate of 1% year on Year. Unless this is reversed over the next 10 years, it is unlikely life on earth can continue, at least for 99% of humanity.
Video...Water companies could help reverse climate change
The destruction of the the oceans is caused by pollution, from the air, rivers and and direct discharge into the sea. Unless we stop all pollution over the next 10 years, humanity can not survive. Water companies could instal tertiary treatment on all the municipal wastewater systems. This may reverse the process, and the cost is almost nothing, around 30 Euro per person. The technology is ready, it just needs to be implemented.
GOES webinar june 2020
Goes Presentation German
GOES presentation in Portuguese
The file will download from an iCloud drive, 450 mB
GOES presentation in Spanish
Translated by Calplas in Spain
CAFE filter presentation
www.CleanWaterWave.com presentation on WASH and Cafe filter for the provision of rural community drinking water
Life on earth depends upon healthy Oceans, we have 10 years to stop toxic chemical pollution, or life on earth may become impossibleDr. Howard Dryden, CSO