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Story | 03 Abr, 2018
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.
Publication | 2015
Following the first international workshop on the economics of ocean acidification organized by the Centre Scientifique de Monaco and the International Atomic Energy Agency in 2010, a second international workshop was held in November 2012, which explored the level of risk, and the resilience...
Communiqué de presse | 03 Nov, 2010
L’acidification des océans causée par l’homme aura des profonds effets sur la vie marine, même si les émissions de CO₂ cessaient d’augmenter. Les observations les plus récentes montrent que la chimie de l’eau de mer change et, selon l’UICN, seule une réduction importante et rapide de l’...
Press release | 03 Nov, 2010
Manmade ocean acidification will have profound impacts on marine life, even without a further increase of CO₂ emissions. Latest evidence shows that sea water chemistry is already changing and only rapid and huge reductions of fossil fuel use and deforestation can help restore ocean’s health,...