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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.

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The 2022 edition of the Summer School organized by OGS will focus on the Copernicus Marine Services as a supporting tool to foster Sustainable Blue Economy

The Summer School focuses on the topics of the Sustainable Blue Economy, bringing together participants from Euro-Mediterranean Countries and Central European Initiative member States. It targets researchers and young experts who want to expand their knowledge of data acquisition and models development to support decision making on the Ocean. Applications are open until 18th March, 2022!

Start date: 02/07/2022 - 09:00
Last update: 09/03/22

The Map of the Week shows global mean sea level regional trend over the period 1993-2019. Average global sea level has risen by more than 8 cm since the early 1990’s and it continues to rise at a rate of 3.3 mm each year. Sea levels do not rise homogeneously. Map of the Week – Sea Level Rise

The Map of the Week shows global mean sea level regional trend over the period 1993-2019.

Last update: 04/03/22

Let’s listen to the Arctic: join the Arctic Ocean Literacy event on 5th and 8th of April

The EU4Ocean Coalition is preparing the “Let’s listen to the Arctic Ocean” event series, supported by the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of the European Commission.

Start date: 05/04/2022 - 10:00
Last update: 02/03/22

Public consultation - microplastics pollution

from plastic pellets, synthetic textiles, tyre abrasion, paints, geotextiles and detergent capsules

Last update: 02/03/22

Events & Activities of the EU4Ocean Platform

Keep up to date with the events and activities of the EU4Ocean Platform - an active group of organisations, initiatives and people.

Last update: 01/03/22

The Map of the Week shows the 24 European Atlas of the Seas Ambassadors. Map of the Week – European Atlas of the Seas Ambassadors

The Map of the Week shows the 24 European Atlas of the Seas Ambassadors. For each language, the Atlas has an ambassador who explained, during a communication campaign which ran from September 2020 to September 2021, why the ocean is important and why we should all care for the ocean and seas.

Last update: 25/02/22

Call for Young Ocean Advocates – The Youth and the Arctic

The Youth4Ocean Forum is calling young people to submit projects linked to the Arctic Ocean.

Last update: 03/03/22

Map of the Week – Aquaculture Map of the Week – Aquaculture

The Map of the Week shows aquaculture production by country in Europe from 2008 onwards. Aquaculture production refers to the farming of aquatic (freshwater or saltwater) organisms for human use or consumption, under controlled conditions.

Last update: 18/02/22

Master’s students organise conferences on marine resources and climate change for the local community in Northern France – 2021 edition

For the second year running, students of the Master’s degree in Marine Ecology and Fisheries of the Littoral Côte d’Opale University (Boulogne-sur-Mer, France) invited middle school students and the general public to attend a series of micro-conferences on 9th December 2021, in Nausicaá, National Sea Centre.

Last update: 18/02/22

For the first time, Master’s students organise conferences on climate change, ocean pollution and marine resources conservation for the local community in Northern France

Students of the new Master’s degree in Marine Ecology and Fisheries of the Littoral Côte d’Opale University (Boulogne-sur-Mer, France) invited middle school students and the general public to attend a series of online micro-conferences on Thursday 17th December 2020, as part of the scientific communication unit of their course. This activity was developed in collaboration with Nausicaá, National Sea Centre, also located in Boulogne-sur-Mer.

Last update: 18/02/22

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