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NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER OF THE W2O

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OCEAN CLIMATE
The impact of climate on the world ocean has never been more critical than it is today. Our OCEAN CLIMATE video series offers provocative, relevant interviews with key experts talking about climate in the context of ocean systems on a variety of topics including acidification, biodiversity, emissions, fresh water, economics, small island nations and more. The OCEAN CLIMATE video series and other W2O media productions and exhibits are available free for use by classrooms, aquariums, science centers and other ocean-related environmental organizations.
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World Ocean Forum
 
WORLD OCEAN RADIO in OCTOBER
THE WEEKLY PODCAST DEDICATED
TO A WIDE RANGE OF OCEAN ISSUES


TOKYO, A WATER CITY
A budding plan for the city's unseen
and forgotten waterways
October 29
THE COMING COLLAPSE OF WORLD WATER
The solution to the fresh water
crisis lies in local action
October 22
STAKEHOLDERS OF NATURE
Inventing a new way forward
toward a sustainable future
October 15
THE OUTLAW OCEAN, PART FOUR
Conclusion of a four-part series
devoted to the new book by Ian Urbina
October 8
 

THE BLUE ECONOMY
A multi-part series on ocean and marine environments through an economic lens by John Bohorquez for the World Ocean Forum
PART ONE
Breaking Down the Blue Economy
PART TWO
Four Ways We Benefit from the Ocean

A Crash Course in Ecosystem Services
 



Birthday Fundraiser for Peter Neill!
THE NEW FISH WAVE
We are pleased to announce a new title in the World Ocean Publications lineup in association with Leete's Island Books: The New Fish Wave: How to Ignite the Seafood Industry by Thor Sigfusson to be released in spring 2020. In The New Fish Wave Sigfusson of the Iceland Ocean Cluster hopes to inspire other seafood nations to follow their example: to create more value in seafood through innovation and collaboration. More info coming soon.

 
LinkedIn Network: World Ocean Observatory
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On the LinkedIn network we have a special media connection with thousands of global ocean policy- and decision-makers from the for-profit and not-for-profit world. Through all of our programs and special projects we endeavor to expand strategies related to the sharing of resources and teaching tools for ocean issues, conservation and solutions. We invite you to join us on LinkedIn. We're actively sharing ocean news and stories and blogging about ocean issues. We hope to see you there.
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT


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