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See You in Copenhagen: Oceans and climate change

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Uploaded on Oct 2, 2009

Profs Stephen Schneider and Rob Dunbar of Stanford University talk about the need for action to save oceans from climate change. Prof. Dunbar how oceans will suffer from acidification if carbon emissions continue unchecked. Looking at coral, he explains how fragile the marine world is and how important a climate agreement would be to reducing carbon emissions and therefore preserving the world's oceans.

See You in Copenhagen is a campaign of short films and ads produced by Found Object Films, in cooperation with the UN Foundation and tcktcktck.org to raise public awareness and support civic engagement in advance of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 15) in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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