Nature expert David Attenborough’s latest documentary ‘Breaking Boundaries: The Science Of Our Planet’ is a frantic wake-up call to the fast-approaching doomsday. Climate change and biosphere integrity are considered as the very core boundaries.
We need around 3,000 litres of fresh water per person, per day, to stay alive -2,000 litres of which are needed to grow the plants that are consumed by both humans and animals, and also for the animals (that end up on our plate) to drink.
The greenhouse gases boundary was crossed way back in 1988 -the danger period had begun at the time of the Industrial Revolution. Currently concentration of carbon dioxide on earth is 415 parts per million (PPM) -beyond 450 PPM lies the tipping point.
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