“The great achievements of modern civilization came from the early industrial overdraft of the ecological environment. Living on land at the same time, most people can’t see or touch Marine pollution, so it’s hard to have a direct feel like air pollution.
With the development of heavy industry, the living area of Marine life is constantly being eroded by human beings. Factories emit a lot of smoke every day without any hesitation. Through them, we can only see the crying of Marine creatures. The city seems to be built in the territory of creatures. Perhaps what man sees as prosperity is what animals see as cruel deprivation and endless encroachment. Where will we go if the cities of the future fall into the sea? Focus on Marine life, focus on the biological community.”