OA Alliance Newsletter – May 2018

OA Alliance Newsletter – May 2018

Ocean acidification knows no jurisdictional boundaries, which is why the OA Alliance works to strengthen information sharing across governments and engages multiple jurisdictions and non-government actors in the work to adapt locally and elevate the importance of ocean acidification impacts globally.

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Shucking and Plucking

Shucking and Plucking

With about 120 in attendance, the cleanup brought together dozens of shellfish growers, members of the Squaxin Island Tribe and Nisqually Tribe, Northwest Farm Credit Services, and Washington State Department of Natural Resources on a common goal:  a trash free Puget Sound.

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OA Alliance Newsletter – March 2018

OA Alliance Newsletter – March 2018

Since our launch just over one year ago the International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification (OA Alliance) has grown to 55 members, including 10 national governments, 5 tribal nations, 5 states, 2 provinces, and 3 cities, along with research institutions, businesses and NGOs.

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