From Knowledge to OA Action: Mobilizing Global Leadership to Protect Coastal Communities and Livelihoods from a Changing Ocean- Perspectives from the NE Atlantic.
Learn how government and civil society leaders are addressing regional and local impacts of ocean acidification in the NE Atlantic.
Thursday, December 5, 2019
Pacific Leadership and International Cooperation to Advance Regional Science and Mainstream Ocean Acidification into National Policies
Hear from government leaders in the Pacific Region who are advancing tangible actions that protect coastal communities from the local and regional impacts of ocean acidification (OA.)
Friday, December 6, 2019
Moana Blue Pacific Pavilion
Understanding Changing Ocean Conditions and Impacts to Marine Species and Ecosystems: Global Networks that Are Advancing Regional Science, Monitoring and Response (Download Flyer Here)
What does the IPCC SROCC tell us about ocean acidification and deoxygenation? How are global networks advancing regional science and assessing local vulnerability? What can policy makers do to better prepare for impacts and protect coastal communities
Saturday, December 7, 2019
Ocean-Climate Leadership at the Blue COP
Leaders will discuss how they are taking ocean-climate action at the national and subnational levels. Learn about recent progress and new initiatives to address the ocean and climate crises.
Monday, December 9, 2019
11:30 – 13:00
U.S. Climate Action Center