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Reducing emissions is no longer enough to hold global temperature rise to manageable levels

Bold solutions are needed.

However, such solutions carry risks that must be understood and addressed before scale-up can occur. To meet this challenge, the private and public sector must work together to drive rapid innovation and ensure responsible action. By joining OCIA, you can contribute to meaningful progress in ocean science and engineering that is needed to address climate change and advance ocean and human health.

 

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Mesobot, an underwater robot capable of tracking and recording high-resolution images of slow-moving and fragile zooplankton, gelatinous animals, and particles, is providing researchers with deeper insight into the vast mid-ocean region known as the twilight zone.  
Photo taken off the coast of Bermuda, March 2021
Evan Kovacs/©Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Increase Awareness and Resources

Through OCIA, you can educate your stakeholders on the ocean’s inextricable connections to the global climate and weather and raise awareness that comprehensive climate solutions require deep understanding of the ocean. Your collaboration will mobilize resources across the private and public sectors to accelerate solutions. No one organization can solve the climate crisis on its own.

Expand Needed Capabilities and Skills

OCIA seeks organizations that can contribute communications, systems technologies, big data, and robotics expertise. The consortium becomes more impactful as it grows because of increased resources and diversity of thought, skills, and technologies.

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Opportunities for People

Joining OCIA offers opportunities to increase collaboration among members, foster networking and knowledge sharing, and improve employees’ expertise and skills.

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“Through OCIA, we are committed to engaging ADI’s engineers and technologies to advance knowledge of the oceans, in order to gain a better understanding of how oceans are impacted by climate change and to develop solutions to restore ocean health. By doing so, we hope to drive meaningful impact on the global fight against climate change.”

- Vincent Roche, ADI

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