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Laura Ramajo (Chile), COP20, Lima, December 2014

"I was able to participate in the exhibition stand under the slogan HOT, SOUR AND BREATHLESS sponsored by the Plymouth Marine Lab (UK), the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Scripps Institution of Oceanography and CMBC (USA), and Centro de Investigación e Innovación para el Cambio Climático (CIICC) of Universidad Santo Tomás (Chile). Delegates and observers from around the world heard about how the increase in atmospheric CO2 is warming, acidifying and de-oxygenating the oceans with the respective ecologic, social and economic consequences."

Abed El Rahman HASSOUN (Lebanon), SOLAS Summer School 2013

"OA-ICC [...] provided for me the opportunity to present my research work to the international ocean research community, to meet experts and colleagues from all over the world and discuss with them about my results, share ideas and build a strong network with peers for future scientific collaborations."

Report from the 2nd International Workshop on the Economics of Ocean Acidification

11-13 November 2012, Oceanographic Museum, Monaco

The 2nd International Workshop on the Economics of Ocean Acidification was held at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco in November 2012. The goal of the workshop was to formulate pertinent recommendations for policymakers in order to anticipate the economic and social consequences of ocean acidification on livelihoods, trade and food supply. The focus of the workshop was fisheries and aquaculture, and regional aspects of species vulnerability and socio-economic adaptation.

Workshop brochure

Full report draft

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