Dryden Aqua: we want to make a better world
We are committed to fighting against pollution and to protect our environment from climate change. We are convinced to have found the main mechanism of global warming. In brief, our hypothesis is as following:
The increase in the CO2 content in the atmosphere is not directly related to the increased CO2 from anthropogenic emissions.
Climate change and marine biodiversity - A hypothesis by Dr. Howard Dryden on climate change linked to aquatic environmental pollution and the implications of marine biodiversity:
Priority chemicals are impacting on the primary productivity of our oceans. The chemicals are very toxic and unless they can be reduced the oceans will experience a cascade destabilization over the next 25 years given by the rate of change of pH. This can not be allowed to happen because the consequences are a great deal more serious than climate change.