The impact of climate change on our oceans is undeniable: sea temperatures are rising, causing a dangerous increase in ocean acidity. This, in turn, is leading to a mass die-off of numerous species, with serious economic consequences for humanity. Whole ecosystems all over the world are under threat, and many developing countries that depend on fish as a key source of food are especially hard hit.
In this eye-opening documentary, marine biologist Lukas Müller takes viewers on an expedition to Norway, where he is conducting research on how our seas can be better protected. Along the way, he encounters orcas and humpback whales in water temperatures around freezing, and witnesses firsthand the devastating effects of climate change on these majestic creatures. Through interviews with experts in the field, he explores the science behind climate change and its impact on our oceans, and asks the tough questions about whether we can learn to live with the consequences.