Ocean Acidification

Climate change is one of the largest issues facing humanity today.
Scientists have used climate change models to examine future scenarios of ocean conditions, including temperature, pH, oxygen
It shows us, once again we do not live in a vacuum, that our actions in one place affect the entire world; which, can also
The Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network (GOAON) with approximate locations for 'ApHRICA', a pilot project to deploy
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I have traveled around the world speaking to those who have become part of the "Our Ocean" movement. A more diverse group
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We have to leave "The Rock." And I don't mean leaving earth, although that might be a solution if it were possible. "The Rock" we have to leave is a metaphorical one, but real none-the-less.
"We won't see a presidential candidate like Bernie again in our lifetimes." As I heard these words, spoken by a woman at a Sanders campaign event recently, I felt a chill go through me. Because I knew she was right. We won't.
Cutting greenhouse gas emissions from our personal carbon footprint will put all of us in some new, and potentially uncomfortable, situations as we move to more sustainable lifestyles. While it's culturally acceptable to go green in the lightbulb and light transit categories, other conversations remain marginalized.
It is fair to say that any assessment of the world ocean will conclude that the system is challenged in every way that it
Peter Neill is author of the recently released "The Once and Future Ocean: Notes Toward a New Hydraulic Society" now available
The Foundation's goal of protecting 100 percent of the nation's coastlines has grown beyond a California dream.
The SDGs and the Paris climate agreement are clearly interconnected and any effort to tackle one without immediate consideration of the other will do serious disservice to both.
Meanwhile, ocean warming is bleaching the good algae out of coral reefs, turning them ghostly white and making them more
"Throughout all of human history, we have taken, taken, taken, from the natural world," said Dr. Earle. "All creatures, however
People who live on the front lines of climate change are starting to get ready.
A "secret weapon" to save coral may not be as effective as previously thought.