William Cheung and Yoshitaka Ota, Co-Directors of the Nereus Program, recently attended the Our Common Future under Climate Change conference in Paris to present findings from the program on the effects of climate change on marine ecosystems and fisheries. The conference, held from July 7 to 10, saw nearly 2000 participants from 100 countries come together to discuss all aspects of scientific knowledge on climate change.
“Improving climate-resilience in fisheries through rebuilding fish stocks in an uncertain future”
W. Cheung, T. Froelicher, M. Jones, V. Lam, G. Reygondeau, J. Sarmiento, C. Stock, R. Sumaila
“Socio-governance considerations and the impact of climate change on oceans and fisheries”
Y. Ota, R. Caddell, R. Sumaila, CM. Andres
“Responses of marine ecosystems to climate change and ocean acidification”