A new study published by the University of Miami suggests that a current in the Indian ocean is getting wider and wider. The study says that Indian Ocean's Agulhas Current is getting increasingly wide instead of gaining force as it should be. This means that changing wind patterns are spreading out the current instead of strengthening it. Changes in currents could increase future climate change. Recent studies show that ocean currents are a mitigating factor in climate change, as they warm at three times the rate of ocean water.
This has serious implications for humans. This is another bullet point on a never ending list of mitigating factors of climate change which humans are going to have to confront sooner rather than later. We are running out of time to solve our environmental problems and electing officials like Donald Trump is only setting us back. We must push for change now more than ever before it's too late.