Rotting Red Sea Oil Tanker Could Leave 8 Million People Without Water

AN OIL SPILL IN THE RED SEA WILL LEAVE 8 MILLION PEOPLE WITHOUT WATER!

The impact of an oil spill in the Red Sea from a tanker that is rotting in the water could be far wider than anticipated, with 8 million people losing access to running water and Yemen’s Red Sea fishing stock destroyed within three weeks.

The oil will spread well beyond Yemen and cause environmental havoc affecting Saudi Arabia, Eritrea and Djibouti.

The spill will threaten 66.5%-85.2% of Yemen’s Red Sea fisheries within one week, and 93.5%-100% of those fisheries within three weeks

Red Sea coral reefs, which have been studied for their unique resilience to seawater warming, would also be threatened.

SPREAD AWARENESS. SPREAD YOUR WORD TO SAVE THE SEA!

Source: The Guardian

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