Dr. Peter F. Sale of UNU-INWEH will hold a book signing of his latest release Our Dying Planet: An Ecologist’s View of the Crisis we Face and conduct a seminar on “A global environmental crisis: the fate of coral reefs and our oceans”.
Coral reefs as we know them could disappear from the Earth by 2050, all because of things we have done and are doing to them. As a coral reef ecologist, Dr. Sale has a particular perspective on the environmental crisis. He will use his experience to illustrate in this seminar how the future for coral reefs depends intrinsically on decisions we make about other things. He will review the range of our impacts on reefs, their consequences, and likely trends in each.
Dr. Peter Sale, Assistant Director of UNU-INWEH, is a marine ecologist with over 40 years experience in tropical coastal ecosystems, particularly coral reefs. His work has focused primarily on reef fish ecology and he has successfully used his fundamental science research to develop and guide projects in international development and sustainable coastal marine management in the Caribbean and the Indo-Pacific.
For more information, or to register to attend, please see the event announcement on the UNU-INWEH website.