Models for Ocean-Climate Action Along the Pacific Coast of North America

Models for Ocean-Climate Action Along the Pacific Coast of North America

The Pacific Coast Collaborative (PCC)—which includes the US States of California, Oregon, and Washington and the Province of British Columbia in Canada—is working to confront the ocean and climate crises. Collectively and individually, these governments are addressing the causes of ocean acidification and changing ocean conditions while increasing the resilience of coastal communities.

Preparing for the “Blue Ocean COP25” Webinar

Preparing for the “Blue Ocean COP25” Webinar

The “Blue Ocean COP25,” remains a critical milestone for ensuring that findings of the IPCC Special Report on Ocean and Cryosphereare incorporated across the UNFCCC and that initiatives like the OA Alliance are continuing to support and advance government led actions to respond and address  impacts from a changing ocean.

OA Alliance Provides Training with International Partners: How to Communicate OA to Policy Makers

OA Alliance Provides Training with International Partners: How to Communicate OA to Policy Makers

What do policy makers really want to know about ocean acidification and its potential impacts? How can scientists, non-government entities, other stakeholders and community members help to answer their questions?

The OA Alliance presented a half-day workshop focused on best practices in communicating OA science to decision and policy makers and other stakeholders, drawing upon lessons learned and experiences from our national and subnational government members.

In Response to the IPCC Special Report on Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate, the OA Alliance Brings Together Governments and Outlines Policy Frameworks for Taking Action

As part of a series of events supporting the UN Climate Action Summit and Climate Week in New York, the International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification (Ocean Acidification Alliance) is calling for national and subnational action to protect oceans from the impacts of rising carbon emissions.

Unveiling OA Action Plans: Members provide an overview of process and content for creating their government led OA Action Plans

Unveiling OA Action Plans: Members provide an overview of process and content for creating their government led OA Action Plans

Listen to a full recording from the OA Alliance’s August 14 webinar featuring presentations from New Zealand OA Community and New Zealand’s National OA Action Plan, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management of the Netherlands, State of Oregon, Makah Tribe and the City of Vancouver, British Columbia.

OA Alliance Newsletter- July 2019

OA Alliance Newsletter- July 2019

The State of Oregon, a founding member of the OA Alliance, has released a draft Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Action Plan. Oregon was one of the first states to experience the impacts of OAH and the plan will demonstrate that local actions are meaningful in fighting...

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.