Kavin Austin Blake Talks about the Impact of Global Warming

Kavin Austin Blake

Kavin Austin Blake

Heat has a negative impact on fishing and hunting, says Kavin Austin Blake.

LITHIA, Florida – January 3, 2013 – Kavin Austin Blake, an avid fisherman who has traveled the world for the love of his sport, is concerned about the impact of global warming on populations of sea life. Not only are increasing temperatures throughout the world shrinking fish populations, the sizes of individual fish are decreasing, according to Kavin Austin Blake.

In his quest for the largest fish, Kavin Austin Blake has traveled to the both coasts of the United States, as well as to Belize, Costa Rica, Cancun, Cozumel, and Venezuela. During these travels, he has had the privilege of meeting fishermen who love the sport as much as he does. For this reason, he knows the resounding impact dwindling supply will have on the sport people love so much.

As Kavin Austin Blake explains, reports are indicating that by the year 2050, more than 600 different types of fish will have a reduction in body weight by as much as 24 percent. This problem is expected to be exacerbated by pollution and overpopulation, Kavin Austin Blake adds, and it will impact even those who don’t fish

For those who enjoy eating seafood, the decrease in the size and population of marine life will mean an increasing divide between supply and demand. This will especially impact seafood restaurants, Kavin Austin Blake believes, who depend largely on plentiful supply.

The diminishing ozone layer has been hotly debated topic among environmentalists and politicians in recent years, but the facts are hard to dispute. As Kavin Austin Blake tells us, ABC reported in late 2012 that the impacts of this thinning are most apparent over the Antarctic, where there is an area as big as the U.S. that shows depletion of 50 percent. Chileans, who are under an ozone alert, have found that exposure to the sun in these areas can cause a sunburn in as little as seven minutes.

Ozone depletion will harm not only sea life but livestock as well, Kavin Austin Blake cautions. While this will impact those who enjoy hunting as a hobby, it will have a much more critical impact on the worldwide food supply, Kavin Austin Blake believes, including cows, chicken, and other items consumed for protein. Kavin Austin Blake is concerned that this global warming impact could be felt in homes all over this country and even the world within our lifetime.

While many citizens have begun doing what they can to reduce pollution, Kavin Austin Blake emphasizes that it’s important to continue to work to minimize ozone depletion. Great strides are being made in alternative fuel and solar energy, and Kavin Austin Blake believes that these will continue to be crucial to saving livestock worldwide.

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