Ocean Carbon Workshop 2022
Uniting science and policy leaders to close the gap on climate models and improve global climate policy.

The second annual Ocean Carbon Workshop will be held as part of the World Ocean Tech and Innovation Summit hosted by The Economist.

The workshop will seek to build on the outcomes from the first Ocean Carbon Workshop in 2021, which identified that the ocean is missing from global climate models and international climate strategy.

This year, the discussion will focus on the natural and capital value of accurate climate strategy and how internationally coordinated ocean observation and synthesis can close the gap on climate models and improve policy decisions. Discussions and outcomes from this workshop will feed into presentations at COP27 in November in Egypt.


The one-hour event will feature:

  • Briefings by international experts
  • Moderated panel discussion
  • Questions from the audience

Food and beverages

A hot breakfast will be served during this workshop.

Invited speakers

We are pleased to be welcoming:

  • Mr. Michel Jean, President of the Infrastructure Commission, World Meteorological organization,
  • Dr. Joanna Post, Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC),
  • Senator Dr. Stanley Kutcher, founder of Senators for Climate Solutions,
  • Andy Fillmore, MP and Parliamentary Secretary representing the views of Minister François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry of Canada, and
  • Dr. Anya Waite, Chief Executive Officer and Scientific Director, Ocean Frontier Institute, Associate Vice-President Research (Ocean), Dalhousie University


Halifax Convention Centre
1650 Argyle Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 0E6

October 5, 2022, at 8:00- 9:15 am Atlantic Time