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Tell Hawaii County to Ban Styrofoam!!! Please Sign!!!
Environment  (tags: ocean, ocean acidification, ocean pollution, ocean life, ocean health, ocean trash, marine life, styrofoam, sea turtles, Hawaii, Honolulu )

Jessica
- 185 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Why ban Styrofoam? Styrofoam contains polystyrene, which if leached into the ocean can have hazardous effects to oceanic health. It is consumed by marine and land animals, causing major hazards to animals such as the Hawaiian green sea turtles.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Save Our Oceans! Take Action on Ocean Acidification
Environment  (tags: ocean acidification, pollution, environment, destruction, ecosystems, oceans, conservation, protection )

Cal
- 228 days ago - change.org
Ocean acidification is changing the very chemical nature of our oceans, harming many important species today and threatening more in the future.
GOOD NEWS! How to Fix a Coral Reef
Environment  (tags: GoodNews, ecosystems, environment, coral reefs, fixing coral reefs, ocean acidification, world, pollution, protection, conservation, water, healthconditions, destruction, oceans )

Cal
- 241 days ago - takepart.com
Scientists find a simple solution can give new life to some of the oceans' most important ecosystems.
Corals Thriving Despite Acidified Conditions in Remote Pacific Bay
Environment  (tags: oceans, corals, ocean acidification, protection, world, environment, destruction, ecosystems, conservation, nature, climate-change, pollution )

Cal
- 295 days ago - news.mongabay.com
Scientists have discovered a small island bay in the Pacific which could serve as a peephole into the future of the ocean
Ocean Acidifying 10 Times Faster Than Anytime in the Last 55 Million Years, Putting Polar Ecosystems at Risk
Environment  (tags: ocean acidification, environment, destruction, climate-change, globalwarming, humans, healthconditions, pollution, nature, ecosystems, habitat, habitatdestruction, world, research, oceans, water )

Cal
- 298 days ago - news.mongabay.com
An assessment of ocean acidification, presented at the UN Climate Change Conference in Warsaw in November 2013, starkly concluded that acidity is on track to rise 170 percent by the end of this century
No Safe Havens in Increasingly Acid Oceans
Environment  (tags: ocean acidification, oceans, protection, environment, climate-change, ecosystems, globalwarming, world, humans, nature, water )

Cal
- 429 days ago - ipsnews.net
Oil, gas and coal are contaminating the world's oceans from top to bottom, threatening the lives of more than 800 million people, a new study warns
Climate Change Driving Australian Fish South
Environment  (tags: animals, climate-change, biodiversity, ocean acidification, migration patterns, wildlife, nature, ecosystems, environment, habitat, habitatdestruction, oceans, water, pollution, endangered, climatechange, globalwarming, globalwarming, climate )

Cal
- 853 days ago - mnn.com
Scientists have found 'striking evidence' of extensive southward migration of tropical fish and declines in other species due to climate change.
Ocean Acidification Could Disrupt Marine Food Chains
Environment  (tags: ocean acidification, environment, destruction, ecosystems, protection, humans, habitat, habitatdestruction, water, oceans, politics, nature, conservation )

Cal
- 865 days ago - uk.reuters.com
Ocean acidification caused by climate change is making it harder for creatures from clams to sea urchins to grow their shells, and the trend is likely to be felt most in polar regions, scientists said
TAKE ACTION NOW! PROTECT CORALS, FISH AND WHALES FROM OCEAN ACIDIFICATION
Environment  (tags: EPA, environment, destruction, ecosystems, ocean acidification, world, protection, humans, habitat, nature, politics, oceans, pollution, animals, green )

Cal
- 989 days ago - action.biologicaldiversity.org
It's time for the EPA to act to save our sea life! Protect our coastal ecosystems and communities from ocean acidification. If the EPA waits too long, the impacts on our oceans -- their coral reefs, fisheries and other marine life -- could be devastating
Oceans Acidifying at 'Unparalleled' Rate
Environment  (tags: oceans, pollution, humans, ocean acidification, environment, destruction, nature )

Cal
- 1022 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
Scientists have warned of the risk to marine life as climate change causes the oceans to acidify at the fastest rate for 300 million years.
Rising Ocean Acidity Worst for Caribbean and Pacific
Environment  (tags: ecosystems, environment, ocean acidification, research, nature, climate-change, water, protection, pollution )

Cal
- 1044 days ago - enn.com
The current trend of increasing ocean acidification, which threatens fisheries around the world, is driven mainly by man-made changes and is higher even than that seen at the end of the last ice age, some 11,000 years ago
Massive Oyster Die-Offs Show Ocean Acidification Has Arrived
Environment  (tags: animals, ecosystems, environment, ocean acidification, destruction, globalwarming, humans, pollution, CO2emissions, world, protection, water, research, oceans )

Cal
- 1123 days ago - e360.yale.edu
The acidification of the world's oceans from an excess of CO2 emissions has already begun, as evidenced recently by the widespread mortality of oyster larvae in the Pacific Northwest
Global Food Security Threatened By Ocean Acidification
Environment  (tags: world, destruction, oceans, pollution, humans, ocean acidification, ecosystems )

Cal
- 1255 days ago - na.oceana.org
Worldwide food security could be harmed by changes in ocean chemistry driven by fossil fuel use, according to a new scientific study released last week by scientists at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Ocean Acidification Changes Nitrogen Cycling in World Seas
Environment  (tags: Ocean Acidification, Nitrogen Cycle, World Seas, environment )

Anna
- 1458 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Increasing acidity in the sea's waters may fundamentally change how nitrogen is cycled in them, say marine scientists who published their findings in this week's issue of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
Ocean Acidification May Threaten Food Security
Environment  (tags: climate-change, wildlife, oceans, ocean acidification, nature, environment, ecosystems, habitatdestruction, habitat, destruction, climatechange, climate, globalwarming, humans, globalwarming, protection, water, animals, endangered )

Cal
- 1477 days ago - enn.com
Acidification of the seas linked to climate change could threaten fisheries production and is already causing the fastest shift in ocean chemistry in 65 million years, a U.N. study showed
 

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