The Center For Ocean Solutions Research
June 2018

Ocean Visions Initiative drives ocean optimism

The Ocean Visions Initiative (OVI), a collaborative effort co-organized by Stanford University's Center for Ocean Solutions and Woods Institute for the Environment, the Smithsonian Ocean Portal, Georgia Tech's Ocean Science and Engineering Program and the Scripps Center for Climate Impacts and Adaptation, was created to highlight current and past successful ocean initiatives while driving the ocean optimism movement forward.
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March 7, 2018

Managing Palau’s Fisheries and ensuring Food Security in the face of multiple stressors: research and action needs

Managing Palau’s Fisheries and ensuring Food Security in the face of multiple stressors: research and action needs.

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March 7, 2018

Symposium Series: Insights from the Global Food and Water Nexus with Quentin Grafton

Food Security is one of the most acute challenges for ocean nations and coastal communities. Sustaining wild capture fisheries and managing aquaculture growth in a time of rapid and profound change in the oceans and the global food sector is crucial. Join us as Quentin Grafton provides an overview of the current state of the food-water nexus, reviews possible future scenarios, and evaluates some of the myths, realities and possible solutions to promote both food and water security. 

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March 7, 2018

ESS Wed Seminar: Advancing Coastal Risk Reduction with Ecosystems and Equity BY Katie Arkema, Lead Scientist, Natural Capital Project, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Join us today at 12:30pm for the ESS Wednesday Seminar by Katie Arkema, Lead Scientist, Natural Capitol Project, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment.

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February 28, 2018

New Resources: Coastal Adaptation Policy Briefs, Online Viewer & Data

A collection of new resources is now available to help advance sustainable, strategic coastal adaptation planning move toward successful implementation - protecting people and property now and for the future. 

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