What is Ocean Acidification?

What is Ocean Acidification?

Ocean acidification is a climate-ocean impact.  Carbon dioxide emissions are being absorbed by the ocean and altering the chemical balance of seawater which marine life depends upon for survival.  Learn more about combined climate-ocean impacts.

OA Alliance Releases New Toolkit

OA Alliance Releases New Toolkit

Check out our new OA Alliance Handbook! Members of the OA Alliance are helping to promote and drive implementation of actions, including nature-based solutions, that address the causes of ocean acidification and increase biodiversity, adaptive capacity and resiliency of coastal communities.

Keeping up Momentum for Ocean and Climate Action in 2020

Keeping up Momentum for Ocean and Climate Action in 2020

The rapid spread of COVID-19 is posing unprecedented challenges and uncertainty to governments, civil society organizations and citizens around the world. Even as we face enormous challenges, governments and civil society are standing reading to continue progress, share success stories and compelling case studies for driving climate action and implementing ocean solutions in 2020 and beyond.

Are we already seeing impacts of OA?   Biological studies and research from around the world

Are we already seeing impacts of OA? Biological studies and research from around the world

Listen to a full recording from the OA Alliance’s April 15, 2020 webinar featuring studies and research from around the world, looking at biological impacts to key seafood species.

Presentations include a focus on Dungeness crab in the Pacific, Northern Shrimp and lobster in the Northern Atlantic and the New Zealand Green-lipped Mussel.