Latin American and Caribbean countries threatened by rising ocean acidity, experts warn

 

Children in Chile learning about implications of ocean acidification

Children in Chile learning  about the implications of ocean acidification  Photo: © Nelson Lagos

Latin American and Caribbean countries are at the forefront of the first effects of ocean acidification on people’s lives, according to experts who gathered in Santa Marta, Colombia to address the threat of acidification to the region at an event co-organised by IUCN. Latin American and Caribbean countries are at the forefront of the first effects of ocean acidification on people’s lives, according to experts who gathered in Santa Marta, Colombia to address the threat of acidification to the region at an event co-organised by IUCN.

 

IUCN, 3 April 2018. Article.

 

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