The International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification is proud to participate in the upcoming Global Climate Action Summit from September 12-14 in San Francisco, California.
In May, Maggie Sanders, the OA Alliance representative for the Nisqually Tribe in Western Washington State, shared why joining the OA Alliance was important to their community.
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.
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.
The OA Alliance at COP23 in Bonn, Germany.
Save the date for our next OA Alliance webinar.
World leaders who are taking action on ocean issues will come together in Malta for the 2017 Our Ocean Conference.
Welcome new members to the OA Alliance!
Save the date! Our next webinar is on July 20th at 8 a.m. PST.
The OA Alliance is proud to participate in the upcoming UN conference to implement Sustainable Development Goal 14.