With the establishment of the European Ocean Observing System (EOOS) as a coordinating framework for better alignment and integration of Europe´s ocean observing capacity, and the results from its recent stakeholder consultation, it is appropriate to reflect on the role Eurocean Members, complementary initiatives such as those of the European Research Vessel Operators (ERVO) and other public and private stakeholders can play in developing and supporting an EOOS action plan
The Uhinak Marine Research Unit Congress will host a marine conference from 6 to 7 March 2018. The aim of Uhinak is to get to know the needs of agents facing climate change and to find out the scientific contributions to meet those needs. In order to achieve that objective, Uhinak sets out a multidisciplinary approach that brings together the different stakeholders: scientists, technicians, and administrations.
The conference is aimed at businesses, institutions and organisations in general, that act and see opportunities regarding the impact of climate change on the coast.
This session is part of the Copernicus Marine week (25th to 29th September): a week-long dedicated event, each day covering different themes, from science to operations, and from R&D to production.
The Copernicus programme is a cornerstone of the European Union’s efforts to monitor the Earth and its many ecosystems. The Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) is committed to delivering state-of-the-art information about the state of the ocean daily, enabling the development of a wide range of blue applications.
The 15th Conference will follow the format of the preceding 14 successful aquaculture conferences that we have held around the world, over the last 40 years.
The actual conference programmes are never finalised until much nearer the start of each conference. This is to ensure that each program covers the latest, most up to date, most relevant, insurance and risk management issues affecting the industry and its insurers.
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The annual GOAL (Global Outlook on Aquaculture Leadership) conference is a unique, once-a-year opportunity to learn, network and connect producers and suppliers to the marketplace, all in a business-friendly yet casual environment. Since its inception in 2001, GOAL has evolved into a must-attend conference for the world’s aquaculture thought leaders. GOAL is a pre-competitive event, an opportunity to put day-to-day business aside, bringing together the various segments of industry to discuss shared responsibilities and goals.
The European Union and the Sustainable Oceans Alliance will co-host the second summit of young ocean leaders as a parallel event to the Our Ocean conference in Malta on 5-6 October 2017. The event will be hosted by the University of Malta.
Our Ocean, An Ocean For Life Leadership Summit will bring together the next generation of entrepreneurs, political and civil society leaders, scientists and researchers to brainstorm and come up with visionary ideas on how to conserve and sustainably use Our Ocean, for the present and future generations.
Commissioner Carlos Moedas will host a High-Level Ministerial and Scientific event on 12-14 July 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal, joined by high-level government representatives from Brazil and South Africa, as well as from the European Union.
This event will celebrate the launch of the South Atlantic Flagship Initiative between the European Union, Brazil and South Africa, aiming to better understand and protect marine ecosystems and the link between oceans and climate.
The Physiomar series of conferences developed from a workshop investigating the physiology of marine mollucs in 2006. The conference alternates between the Americas and Europe. In 2017 the conference will be held in the historic Magdelene College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England.
The theme of the conference is “Physiology of Aquatic Invertebrates in a Changing World”. The presentations will focus on Molluscs, Echinoderms and Crustaceans.
The International Conference on Responsible Research and Innovation in Science, Innovation and Society (RRI-SIS2017) is the first annual conference of the MARINA project that aims at presenting the cases studies highlighting environmental preservation, RRI issues, principles and topics related with the research and innovation in the context of the H2020 societal challenges.