28 November 2015
El Telefoniño HOTLINE OCEAN CLIMAT 24h/24
28 November 2015
24/24 speedy scientific information and fact-checking to understand everything about the role of the ocean in the regulation of the climate
Any questions about the modification of oceanic currents? CO2 uptake by plankton and fish? Ocean acidification? The sea level rise? Its impact on migrations of people ?
BLOOM launches ” El Telefoniño ” an ocean hotline allowing journalists to get in record time robust scientific answers to their questions and references to publications to back up their papers. El Telefoniño will also connect media with worldwide researchers and experts, academics and NGOs.
El Telefoniño : 24h/24 Ocean Climate Hotline
+ 33 (0) 6 99 07 56 89
Mail: telefonino [a] bloomassociation.org
The ocean produces 50% of the oxygen we breathe and absorbs 50% of the CO2 released into the atmosphere  It is even 70-85 % of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions which will be stored in the long run in the ocean. Despite playing an instrumental role in the regulation of the climate, the ocean’s long been left aside in international negotiations.
For the first time this year, the ocean will finally have a voice during the COP 21. BLOOM welcomes this inclusion of 71% of the planet in the debate, and to facilitate journalistic production during COP21, puts its team and its international network of scientists and NGOs at the service of media.
Find here our “Ocean-climate little book of myth-busting facts”
 Maribus (2010) World ocean review – Living with the ocean. Hamburg (Germany). 232 p.
 Le Quere C and Metzl N (2004) Natural processes regulating the ocean uptake of CO2. pp. 243-255 in: The global carbon cycle: integrating humans, climate, and the natural world. CB Field and MR Raupach (eds.). Island Press, Washington, DC (USA).