Tribes and Indigenous Communities on the Front Lines: Understanding Tribal Treaty Rights and Actions to Advance Ocean Acidification and Ocean/ Climate Management Strategies

Tribes and Indigenous Communities on the Front Lines: Understanding Tribal Treaty Rights and Actions to Advance Ocean Acidification and Ocean/ Climate Management Strategies

Listen to a full recording from the OA Alliance’s June 11 webinar featuring presentations from the Local Communities and Indigenous People’s Platform of the UNFCCC, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, LEO Network, Makah Tribe and the Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak.

OA Alliance Newsletter- May 2019

OA Alliance Newsletter- May 2019

The OA Alliance will be participating in an upcoming United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 14 related meeting in Incheon, Republic of Korea. The Meeting of the Communities of Ocean Action "From Commitments to Action: Implementing SDG14" aims to share best...

Commonwealth Blue Charter OA Workshop

Commonwealth Blue Charter OA Workshop

How can national governments work together to better understand the impact that climate change and increasing carbon emissions are having on our world’s oceans and coastal communities?

International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification Announces Government Commitments at the Global Action Summit

International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification Announces Government Commitments at the Global Action Summit

San Francisco, CA – As part of the Global Climate Action Summit, the International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification (OA Alliance) today has announced new country, state and city members, including the Netherlands, Hawaii, Virginia, and Seattle who are committing to take action to protect oceans from the impacts of rising carbon emissions.