The Ocean Climate Forum is a new website debuting today tackling some of the issues linked to climate change in the ocean and ocean acidification. The Ocean Climate Forum website is proposing a litany of options for responding to these impacts as well as providing a special section for decision-makers. The new site also coincides with Ocean Day an opportunity for countries, interest groups, organizations and the public to address the implications of the COP15 Climate Change Conference being held in Copenhagen for oceans, coasts, and coastal communities around the globe. The Ocean Climate Forum, www.oceanclimate.org, highlights the precarious balance the oceans and climate share with the condition of one having a profound impact on the other. The site gives you the opportunity to learn, share information, find out ways to make a difference and hopefully make a positive impact on the future our beloved oceans and terrestrial climate. Oceans Day has some strong international support including H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, Indonesian Minister Dr. Fadel Muhammad, Grenada’s UN Ambassador Dr. Dessima Williams, US NOAA Administrator Dr. Jane Lubchenco, UNEPs Executive Director Achim Steiner, Solomon Island Minister Lilo, Seychell UN Ambassador Ronald Jumeau, Mexicoâ€™s Governor Ortega Bernes, World Banks Environment Director Warren Evans, and other world leaders from all sectors and regions. Follow the news and updates on the Ocean Climate Forum or follow the news on Twitter @OceansDay2009.