Ocean Acidification

Ocean acidification is often called global warming’s evil twin. And rightly so! It is a much less discussed aspect of global climate change, which causes oceans all around the world to gradually become more and more acidic. Similar to other aspects of climate change, it is caused by the excess of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. 

Ocean acidification threatens many forms of marine life which will cause negative effects throughout the ecosystem. We need to protect our oceans! Play this quiz to earn points to a SEED, and participate in reforesting the world.

What You’ll Learn about Ocean Acidification and why it’s Important

You’ll learn about ocean acidification, what causes it, it’s effects, and what we can do to slow it. While less discussed than global climate change, ocean acidification is just as important! This change in the ocean is unprecedented and could put the entire ocean ecosystem at risk. This would impact the many people across the globe who rely on marine life for food, livelihoods, or enjoyment. 

But there is hope! Ocean acidification is caused largely by human activity and we can all work together to slow it. So let’s get informed and learn about ocean acidification!

Why We Love This Infographic

This charming infographic explains a complicated topic while showing off the beautiful ocean life that ocean acidification threatens. It’s easy to follow, fun to look at, and deeply informative! We love that it explains the real dangers of ocean acidification, while also providing hope and actions that we can take to slow it down and save our oceans! Take a look at this infographic, answer some questions, and earn points towards a SEED!

Quiz gratitude:

Thanks to Elzemiek Zinkstok | Lushomo and the Save Our Seas Foundation for this gorgeous and detailed infographic!

Cover photo for this quiz was taken from Thomas Quine.

Big thanks to Ross Marotta for creating this quiz.

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