In July 2023, global sea surface temperature reached the highest level ever recorded. It’s a worrying trend, particularly as we head into several challenging years of El Niño, a recurring climate pattern that describes the unusual warming of surface waters across the tropical Pacific. The consequences of such warming could be devastating for both marine biodiversity and the Ocean’s health.
We think it’s time to heed the Ocean’s warnings and decarbonise our society faster. Protecting our planet and its resources is critical, with solutions required across everything from food, water, climate, and biodiversity. Watch this video with Edward Lees, Portfolio Manager and Co-head of our Environmental Strategies Group, to learn more.