Maritime Forum

Maritime Forum Themes



The Maritime Forum aims to improve communication amongst EU maritime policy stakeholders. It allows parties interested in the EU maritime policy to communicate on a common platform. They can publish events, documents and follow developments in their areas of interest. Information can be shared amongst a closed community or published openly. Anybody can register to the forum and comment on its content.

Map of the Week – Underwater noise indicator

The Map of the Week shows the number of calendar days during which impulsive noise was registered in an area defined by a common grid (1/3° by 1/6°), known as Pulse Block Day units.

Last update: 16/04/21

Get to know the Young Ocean Advocates and their projects!

Now fully featured in their profile pages and project pages

Last update: 14/04/21

Map of the Week – Marine Protected Areas

The Map of the Week shows the ratio of Marine Protected Area to terrestrial area for each European country.

Last update: 09/04/21

Financing Healthy Oceans and Waters: A Consultation on a Mission Approach

Event details

Last update: 08/04/21

Map of the Week – Algae Production Facilities

The Map of the Week shows macroalgae-producing facilities (aquaculture and harvesting) and microalgae-producing facilities by production methods.

Last update: 02/04/21

From Fishing to Farming: Aquaculture in Ocean Literacy – Call for Abstracts

We are calling for presentations of inspiring examples of ocean literacy projects, tools and communication campaigns in relation to sustainable aquaculture to be showcased at the Aquaculture Europe 2021 Madeira, Portugal, 4-7 October 2021.

Start date: 04/10/2021 (All day)
Last update: 30/03/21

Map of the Week – Concentration of water body oxygen for 2012-2017 in summer

The Map of the Week shows the concentration of water body oxygen for 2012-2017 in summer.

Last update: 26/03/21

Celebrate EMSEAgrass Awareness Month with us

By Agata Skomar, Marine education specialist at the Gdynia Aquarium NMFRI, member of EMSEA and the Youth4Ocean Forum.

Last update: 25/03/21

EMODnet & Copernicus Marine Service - 5th Coordination Meeting

The EMODnet-CMEMS coordination meetings aim to foster current collaboration and leverage future mutual areas of benefit between EMODnet and CMEMS

Last update: 23/03/21

Where the world is heading. An International Sopot Youth Conference.

Sopot Science Association, together with IO PAN and their partners, every year gather young scientists and science enthusiasts and give them the opportunity to present their work, visions, opinions, and thoughts. Due to the multidisciplinary character of the Conference, the abstracts and presentations are intended for the general audience. The Conference language is English. The fifth edition of the International Sopot Youth Conference 2021 entitled Where the World is Heading (, is the continuation of the Sopot Youth Forum. Since 2008 over 500 scientists from different countries have presented their work during the Conference. This year, the Conference consists of three blocks: humanities and social science, natural and physical sciences as well as the invited block, entitled: Women and Girls in Science.

Last update: 22/03/21

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