Ocean Pollution Infographic Highlights Details of Problem and Impacts on Human Health
Besides comprising a majority of the Earth’s surface area, the world’s oceans contribute health, economic, and other value to our population; escalating pollution problems factor into our lives.
To say that water is a vital resource for human life is accurate, but also leaves out many details that explain just how integrated water is into our daily lives. Infographics capture some of these details in a visual, more memorable capacity. These can be a springboard for further learning about these topics in order to arrive at sustainable solutions.
Scuba Diving Magazine DIVE prepared an infographic highlighting some prevalent facets of ocean pollution. A particularly poignant narrative is that of the food supply chain—among increasing strains on marine life comes the eventual effect of pollution’s impacts on human health, since much of our population depends on nourishment from ocean.
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The original infographic and article can be found on this page.