We Live on Planet Sea and it is Acidifying


We Live on Planet Sea and it is Acidifying

21 May 2021

Dan Millison, ADB's Sustainable Development and Climate Change- Energy Sector Group's consultant, talked about the challenges and opportunities created by the deteriorating marine environment. By using marine renewable energy as the entry point with complementary technologies and business models, oceanic regeneration may be able to reverse ocean acidification, but only through rapid decarbonization.

This webinar is Part 5 of the series "ADB Data Room: Marine Aquaculture, Reefs, Renewable Energy, and Ecotourism for Ecosystem Services". 

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
21 May 2021 Presentation We Live on Planet Sea and it is Acidifying
This presentation gives an overview of the challenges and opportunities created by the deteriorating marine environment.
Dan Millison


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