First, humans are rapidly depleting fresh water supplies including groundwater from aquifers that can take hundreds or thousands of years to replace. NASA data has confirmed this. Without adequate water supplies, there is less food available for a growing population. Second, a growing population means less habitable space for us and other species. Many species are going extinct at an unprecedented rate. It will only get worse as the human population grows and we drive other species to extinction through habitat loss and destruction. Third, the oceans are dying at an unprecedented rate because of ocean acidification due to carbon dioxide emissions, overfishing and pollution. Ninety percent of large fish species are already gone. Large tracts of ocean are covered with human garbage including mountains of plastic. Almost half of the oxygen we breathe is produced by life in the oceans. When the oceans die, so do we.