Workshop to tackle big threat of ocean acidification (audio)

Ahead of next week’s Small Island Developing States conference, experts have been meeting to discuss the problem of ocean acidification.

It’s considered to be one of the biggest threats to small island developing nations – with the potential to impact on local fisheries and in turn, the livelihoods of many people in the Pacific.

Presenter: Bruce Hill

Speaker: Dr Melchio Mataki, Solomon Islands Permanent Secretary for Climate Change

Bruce Hill, ABC Radio Australia, 29 August 2014. Interview.

 

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