- Peter Gooley
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Plankton. Are the solutions we are coming up with to save the planet also taking into account the importance and impact on Plankton?
Is it important to include in our solutions the impact we may have on Plankton? Why?
If what I saw in th series put together by Richard Hammond, Invisible Worlds, is correct about the importance of Plankton in our entire life-cycle, then YES, we do need to be very very aware and very careful.
What do you think?
Is it just another complicator in the issues of environment?
Is it a beat-up?
Is it an over-reaction?
Is it something that will make life even harder for innovators and inventors so should be 'bottom-drawed', so to speak?
Is it real and present and a big concern that needs to be included as major part of ALL research into the environment?
This is not meant to be a beat up on Big Oil companies, but no doubt there will be comment.