Future Forum, a production of ABC News - Australia, broadcasts a panel discussion among experts on coral from the International Coral Reef Symposium in Cairns, Australia. COS Executive Director Meg Caldwell particpates as an expert on the panel. Click HERE to watch this broadcast.
For several years now scientists have been warning the amount of oxygen in the ocean is dropping. It's a serious problem that may threaten a lot of ocean animals. But there is still a lot to learn about just what it means for the future. Marine biologists in Monterey are studying the impact of the mysterious problem.
September 1, 2011. Susanne Moser, Social Science Research Fellow at the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and COS affiliated researcher, discusses climate change adaptation and American cities' current state of preparedness.
Adina Abeles, the Center for Ocean Solutions (COS) Educational Director, discusses the goal of COS to create ocean leaders by educating decision makers of today and future leaders of tomorrow. Filmed at the California and the World Ocean Conference, September 2010.
April 2010 – Stanford's Rob Dunbar speaks in the Galapagos as part of TED's Mission Blue Voyage to protect the ocean. Dr. Dunbar hunts for data on our climate from 12,000 years ago, finding clues inside ancient seabeds and corals and inside ice sheets. His work is vital in setting baselines for fixing our current climate -- and in tracking the rise of deadly ocean acidification.
Ofu Island in American Samoa is becoming an important natural laboratory for the study of climate change. Dr. Steve Palumbi's work in the lagoon has already led to an increased understanding of how corals may be able to survive ocean warming around the world.
Center for Ocean Solutions Executive Director Meg Caldwell moderates a panel at the 2010 Capitol Hill Ocean Week. The focus of the week was Clean Energy and a Healthy Ocean: Navigating the Future. The panel, titled "Implications of Today’s Energy Choices for Ocean Users and Coastal," was opened by the Honorable Robert J. Wittman, U.S. House of Representatives, Virginia’s 1st congressional district.
Set to a backdrop of stunning photography from the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP), leading marine scientists from Stanford and MBARI discuss the role of the ocean in climate change and the potential impacts of a targeted 2C rise in global temperature. This is an iLCP media production in partnership with Center for Ocean Solutions.