So yesterday I posted about how climate changes effect food supply, and now a new report strongly suggests the warming may be happening faster than previously estimated. Another report on matter can be read here. The effects of damage to food supplies have been positively recorded in changes in fishing results, from squid no longer found at traditional fishing locations, to Maine lobsters suffering a crippling shell disease, reducing the population (builds on a 2016 report). When you factor in the vast quantities of plastic in the worlds oceans, now the size of country of Mexico (or Alaska) ("To increase their ability to identify plastic pieces, researchers used 30 vessels and two aircraft including a C-130 Hercules fitted with advanced sensors that produced 3D scans of the GPGP. They found that it now stretches 1.6 million square kilometers and, they warn, it's growing"), with large quantities found in heavily industrialized rivers. In a few years food from ocean may be unsafe to eat. =========================== EDIT ADDITION Nov 1. Link to 5 cheap ways to reduce CO2, BBC.