Ocean Acidification Alliance Webinar
Keeping Up Momentum for Ocean and Climate Action in 2020
Wednesday, May 27 at 11:00am PST
How are governments and civil society continuing to drive ocean and climate action during this unprecedented time?
* Hear from the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for the Ocean, the Honorable Peter Thomson.
* Learn about the Friends of Ocean Action’s upcoming Virtual Ocean Dialogues, a global online conference for ocean action from June 1-5, 2020. The Dialogues aim to connect communities across the world who are seeking innovation and taking bold action for a healthy, resilient, thriving ocean and will keep momentum for achieving SDG 14.
* Receive an update from the UNFCCC Secretariat regarding the Ocean and Climate Change Dialogue created at COP25, a major step forward in elevating and integrating ocean across the UNFCCC.
* Engage with the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development and learn more about IOC-UNESCO's plans for maintaining progress.
- Ms. Jessie Turner, OA Alliance – Project Coordinator United Nations
- Ambassador Peter Thomson – Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for the Ocean
- Elena Perez – Ocean Action Agenda Lead, World Economic Forum
- Emilie McGlone – Director, Peace Boat US
- Dr. Joanna Post – UNFCCC Secretariat, Programme Management Officer
for Research & Systematic Observation
Secretary Vladimir Ryabinin, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission UNESCO
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The International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification works with national, regional, and subnational governments to:
(1) Elevate urgency and ambition for climate action.
(2) Integrate ocean into climate dialogues and policy frameworks.
(3) Facilitate greater knowledge of ocean acidification and encourage policy actions by governments.
Since our launch in 2016, the OA Alliance has grown to of over 100 members, including 13 national governments, 9 states, 2 provinces, 6 tribal and sovereign nations, and 4 cities, along with local research institutions, monitoring networks, businesses, affected industry partners and NGOs.
For more information about the Ocean Acidification Alliance, visit : https://www.oaalliance.org/