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Oceans

Updated: Jul 2, 2022

[The following blogpost is one of a series of subjects originally published mid 2021 under the website section:


One world governance & comprehensive reform of socioeconomic & sociopolitical systems on a global scale is also our species only chance of saving the Earths' oceans which are currently among it's greatest ecosystems under extreme immediate threat due to corruption related to our fishing industry on an international scale. Despite rumors of relatively trivial critique from some, Universal Asylum commends the courage of those who placed themselves in harms way contributing to the production of SEASPIRACY which shed startling light upon the complexities & extent of the threat Earths' oceans presently face.


As 50% of plastics in the ocean are a result of fishing nets a good start would be to explore biodegradable options such as hemp which will require review & reform of the corrupt legislation prohibiting the use of such substances.

It would also help to introduce buyback schemes to reduce the practice of dumping damaged nets at sea however this needs to occur on a global scale if we are to make any real difference


In addition to global cooperation in drastically raising practice standards of the fishing industry as the only realistic means of minimising future damage to our oceans - Universal Asylum recognises urgent need to work together globally in cleaning up the mess that we have made. Whilst no one wants to do this job as there’s no money in it, Universal Asylum urges global cooperation in working towards repairing the immense damage we have done... Assuming our miserable species truly wishes to avoid extinction!!!

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