Maritime forum
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"The EU will work towards more efficient international governance of maritime affairs and effective enforcement of international maritime law, urging Member states to ratify the relevant instruments. It will promote coordination of European interests in key international fora." (An Integrated Maritime Policy for the European Union", {COM(2007) 574 final)
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EU China Blue Year - discussions on marine science and data 中欧蓝色海洋年 – 海洋科学和数据研讨会

current status and possible ways forward

Event date: 03/03/2017 - 09:30
Last update: 08/03/17

Commission launches call for proposals worth EUR 1.5m to promote transnational touristic thematic routes in the European coastal areas

The European Commission is making available EUR 1.5 million to create nautical routes linking up maritime heritage sights across Europe. The announcement was made by Karmenu Vella, Commissioner for Environment, Fisheries and Maritime Affairs, when opening the European Tourism Day conference in Brussels today.

Event date: 29/11/2016 - 09:15
Last update: 29/11/16

Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Ministerial Conference on Blue Economy, 17 November 2015

Over 100 participants from 33 countries, including about a dozen Ministers/State Secretaries, as well as Commissioners Johannes Hahn and Karmenu Vella met in Brussels for the first Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Ministerial Conference on Blue Economy.

Last update: 30/07/16

Seabed Mapping Workshop Stakeholder Meeting on the Implementation of the Galway Statement –

Follow-up on the Atlantic Seabed Mapping Workshop held in Dublin, December 2014 . EU-USA-Canada

Event date: 23/02/2015 (All day)
Last update: 21/02/15

Evaluation of Integrated Maritime Policy work programme 2011-2012 objective (e) to improve and enhance external cooperation and coordination

summary of progress made

Last update: 29/08/14

Fukushima - impact on marine environment - outcome of second EU-Japan meeting

 

Last update: 05/11/12

Risk from contamination of marine environment in Pacific after Fukushima

Following last year's meeting to assess the contamination of seafood in the Pacific and the appropriate measures to check imports into the EU the European Commission hosted another meeting of experts. It tool stock of the situation in the light of further measurements and analyses.

Event date: 15/10/2012 - 10:00
Last update: 20/11/12

Monitoring fish imports from Pacific following Fukushima accident

NOTE TO THE COMPETENT AUTHORITIES OF THE MEMBER STATES

Last update: 04/01/12

Outcome of EU-Japan meeting to assess risk to marine environment from Fukushima

A meeting on 3 October, 2011, was held to (1) assess the risk of contaminated seafood reaching the EU market (2) determine whether the EU marine science community could assist their Japanese colleagues following the catastrophic events of March 2011. They were a follow-up to an earlier risk assessment meeting on 16 May 2011 and the EU Japan summit of 28 May 2011.

Event date: 03/10/2011 - 20:00
Last update: 09/11/11

Japanese sea food

Last update: 11/10/11

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