3rd International Workshop “Bridging the gap between ocean acidification and economic valuation”, Monaco, 12-14 January 2015

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The 3rd International Workshop “Bridging the gap between ocean acidification and economic valuation” started this morning at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco. This year’s edition covers the impacts of ocean acidification on coastal communities.The workshop brings together more than 50 participants from a range of different backgrounds: natural sciences, economics, sociology, industry, government and policy making.

The workshop is jointly organized by the Scientific Centre of Monaco (CSM) and the Environment Laboratories of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). It has benefited from the strong support of the government of Monaco and a number of international partners.

The workshop is structured around five main topics: coastal communities dependent on fisheries and aquaculture; coral reef and marine-based tourism under environmental change; modelling of biological, economic and sociological impacts; potential societal action and adaptation; governance, governments and legislation.

For more information about the previous editions, please go to the OA-ICC website.


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