Access to water will change in many places in the world. The problem will not be so much the availability of drinking water, which can always be obtained through technology, but the availability of water in general.
The sea has had enormous human pressure, and currently the two greatest threats to the oceans are pollution and the acidification of its waters.
Without any doubt, we will eradicate hunger in the world. This will be a fact in the coming years. There are already technical solutions for this scourge to disappear. In addition, the 2030 agenda that sets the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and especially SDG 2 is a key tool for strengthening political commitment and uniting the necessary efforts to live in a world without hunger.
Man has been worrying about 'overpopulation' since the times of Thomas Malthus. But the UN Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has declared that the world already produces more than 1.5 times enough food to feed the entire planet.
My total support for the plastics cleaning campaign of the Cantabrian Sea promoted by TERNUA and the Mater Museoa (the last fishing boat made of wood).