Ocean Acidification

This tool will help you correctly frame Solutions  as part of your climate change messages.    
Action for you:  Help your audience be part of the solution. Share this innovation opportunity with your audience via social media or your favorite outlet.  Opportunity for your audience: How green is your dream? Youth (18-26 yrs old)...
New climate interpretation tools available for Science on a Sphere® and more. What if informal science educators could treat scientific data like an illustration in a great picture book—a visual that brings the story to life and even helps move...
Learn more about effective tools for changing the climate and ocean chemistry change conversation in these reframe cards developed by the FrameWorks Institute. These reframe cards include tested values (Protection and Responsible Management) and...
OCEAN ACIDIFICATION:  GARDEN OF THE SALISH SEA CURRICULUM Our webinar  will introduce teachers and educators to our program. We'll give you our recipe for inspiring curiosity and connecting students to intertidal ecosystems through shellfish...
How does climate change (and ocean acidification) affect humans? That's the question asked of Tom Wagner, Program Scientist for Cryospheric Research at NASA. Here is his answer in a one-minute video See more of NASA's answers to your questions on...
The visitor asks the interpreter what she can do about ocean acidification and the interpreter provides some ideas for community scale solutions.
In this video, the interpreter uses an analogy and causal chain to frame the issue of changing salmon runs in Alaska.
This is what an entire framed conversation might look like from beginning to end. The interpreter uses the values of legacy and responsible management, a causal chain, and an analogy to frame the issue of changing salmon runs in Alaska. She finishes...
We asked a random sampling of visitors to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, "What does Ocean Acidification mean to you?" 

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