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January 2018

Jim Leape on World Economic Forum Blog

Co-director Jim Leape explains how technology can help transform and save the ocean on the World Economic Forum's blog Agenda.
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February 23, 2016

Press Release: Increasing the Impact of Science on Ocean Policy

Ocean scientists and practitioners will unite in three sessions at the Ocean Sciences Meeting in New Orleans on February 25 to examine how science can make a bigger impact on management and policy to improve marine conservation outcomes.

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February 18, 2016

Guest Post: Oceans and the Conference of the Parties - The Paris Agreement, two months out

Center for Ocean Solutions consultant Alessandra Santiago, who was political advisor to the Ambassador from Palau to the European Union before and during COP21, reflects on her experience at the climate talks and how policymakers can move forward in 2016 and beyond. Photo: Tavarua Island, Fiji. 200. Stevetukl. CC-BY-2.0.

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February 16, 2016

COS partners collaborate to raise awareness about climate change impacts on ocean

In the lead-up to the UN Climate Talks (COP21) in Paris, Center for Ocean Solutions partners banded together to release two short videos that discuss the scientific evidence linking climate change to ocean impacts, and offer solutions for managers and policymakers. Photo: Lux Tennore 2008, CC-BY-2.0.

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February 16, 2016

Desalination and California’s water future: Experts meet to discuss knowledge gaps and ways forward

In light of California’s ongoing drought and growing water needs, Stanford’s Woods Institute for the Environment, through the Center for Ocean Solutions and Water in the West, collaborated with The Nature Conservancy and the Monterey Bay Aquarium to facilitate an “uncommon dialogue” on the potential impacts of ocean desalination on coastal and marine ecosystems.  Photo: John Wiley, 2009, CC-BY-NC-2.0  

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