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Beyond Ocean | Virtual Ocean Dialogues

Beyond Ocean | Virtual Ocean Dialogues

Whether it is human rights and gender equality, freshwater systems and forests, or jobs, food security and communities, how can we make the connections more explicit and drive the sustainable development agenda forward in a way that benefits people and nature alike? The World Economic Forum is the International Organization …

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A Digital Ocean: Data and Science | Virtual Ocean Dialogues

A Digital Ocean: Data and Science | Virtual Ocean Dialogues

We are in the midst of an explosion of new data on the ocean, from the proliferation of ocean observing systems to the ability to draw on social media and other complex digital sources. But most ocean data is locked away, closely held by government agencies, companies, resource users or …

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Nourishing Billions | Virtual Ocean Dialogues

Nourishing Billions | Virtual Ocean Dialogues

Around 1 billion people rely on fish as their main source of animal protein, while many others also gain nutritional benefit other aquatic foods such as seaweed, algae and shellfish. Meanwhile, 10%-12% of the world’s population rely on fish for their livelihoods. All of this is under considerable threat due …

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CATASTROPHE: DIALOGUES ON STORYTELLING AND THE PRESENT MOMENT—PART 2, CLIMATE CHANGE & SACRED GROVES

CATASTROPHE: DIALOGUES ON STORYTELLING AND THE PRESENT MOMENT—PART 2, CLIMATE CHANGE & SACRED GROVES

Please join The Commonwealth Club of California and UC Berkeley’s Townsend Center for the Humanities for the second in a series of dialogues on catastrophe, storytelling and the present moment. In “Climate Change and Sacred Groves,” Townsend Center scholar Sugata Ray will meet with visual artist Ranu Mukherjee to investigate …

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DIALOGUES: Climate Change

DIALOGUES: Climate Change

The effects of our present climate emergency are becoming increasingly evident in innumerable aspects of life on Earth. Increasing global temperatures, rising … source Y Not Freakin’ Recyclable Home

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