Ocean connections: an introduction to rising risks from a warming, changing ocean

Ocean risk: the challenges a warming, changing ocean presents to humanity and life on earth.

The ocean on which Earth depends for relatively predictable weather, temperature and provisioning of goods and services is now changing more rapidly than it has for millions of years. This is due to human interactions with the atmosphere and land, and increasing expansion of the footprint of human impacts across the ocean. It is increasingly evident that patterns and trends in ocean and atmospheric responses are falling outside documented historical norms.

Laffoley D. & Baxter J. M., 2018. Ocean connections: an introduction to rising risks from a warming, changing ocean. IUCN, 37 p. Report.

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