The world’s most impactful ocean research team
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“The Transforming Climate Action program brings together more than 170 researchers spanning academic disciplines, provinces, and languages. With the support of more than 40 national and international private and public sector partners and deep institutional connections with Indigenous peoples and communities in Atlantic Canada and Quebec we are uniquely prepared to bring a collective approach to climate action.”
Anya Waite
Associate Vice President Research (Ocean) and Scientific Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Ocean Frontier Institute, Dalhousie University
Dalhousie University

Transforming climate action

An ocean-first approach

Emerging science reveals the ocean's ability to absorb CO2 and regulate temperatures is changing in ways we don’t understand. These critical shifts are not accounted for in climate targets – a risk we can no longer take. With support from the Canada First Research Excellence Fund, Dalhousie is leading an ocean-first approach to tackle climate change and equipping Canada with the knowledge, innovations, and opportunities to secure a positive climate future.

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