Better understanding changing ocean conditions and impacts to marine species and ecosystems: global networks that are advancing regional science, monitoring and response strategies

On Saturday, December 7, together with the Ocean Acidification Alliance, which was attended by the Secretary of Natural Resources Wade Crowfoot and the Minister of Science Andrés Couve.

The speakers of this event were Secretary Wade Crowfoot from California Natural Resources Agency, Dr. Peter Swarzenski from International Atomic Energy Agency, Dr. Jean- Pierre Gattuso (Coordinating lead author for the Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate), Dr. Lisa Levin (Scripps Institution of Oceanography), Dr. Bronte Tilbrook (Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network), Ms. Jennifer Hennessey (Senior Advisor to Washington State Governor Jay Inslee).

What does the IPCC SROCC tell us about ocean acidification and deoxygenation? How are global networks advancing regional science and assessing local vulnerability? What can policy makers do to better prepare for impacts and protect coastal communities? These are some of the questions that were discussed in the conversation.

Chile California Council. Article.

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