The Canadian government has introduced a new set of guidelines for measuring marine life’s life expectancy, with the aim of reducing the amount of time people spend at sea by up to five hours per day.
The guidelines, which were issued to marine life organizations this week, aim to improve the overall efficiency of the marine environment and make the marine ecosystem more resilient.
They come in response to an international research study published in September that showed that marine life is one of the most important drivers of sea-level rise.
According to the report, the world’s oceans are being inundated with carbon dioxide, which is contributing to climate change.
The new guidelines aim to protect marine life by preventing them from becoming stressed and decreasing their ability to adapt to changing conditions.
“We know that our oceans are fragile, and we know that there are many types of marine life,” said Peter Boulton, the minister of the environment, climate change and sustainability.
Boulton also said the guidelines will be “more inclusive and more inclusive of all species”.
“It’s not just a marine life issue.
It’s a global issue.
This is about how we protect the ocean,” he said.
Under the new guidelines, marine life that is exposed to CO 2 will be able to adapt and will be more resilient to future changes.
There are currently more than 1,200 marine life groups in Canada, according to Boulfield.
But the new recommendations are being welcomed by environmental activists who believe they are the most effective way to ensure that marine creatures are not stressed and that they have the proper resources to survive.
For more information on how to protect Canada’s oceans, visit: http://www.manglob.gc.ca/en/environment/environmental-resources/marine-life-conservation-guidelines.aspx