Maritime Forum

CLEAN PLANET FOR ALL: THE ROLE OF OCEANS

Event date:
19/06/2019 - 11:00
Table of Contents
    EU sustainable energy week

    Clean Planet for all: the role of oceans

    Brussels, Wednesday 19 June
    11.00 - 12.30

     

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    Andreaa Strachinescu

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    Iain Shepherd

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    DanieL Fraile

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    Laurent Schmitt

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    Marianne Thomsen

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    Olivier Laroussinie
    Andreea STRACHINESCU Iain SHEPHERD Daniel FRAILE

    Laurent SCHMITT

    Marianne THOMSEN

    Olivier  LAROUSSINIE

     

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    11 :00

    Welcome

    Andreaa Strachinescu

    Head of Unit
    European Commission
    Directorate General of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries

    11:05

    Clean Planet

    What do scenarios for reaching carbon zero by 2050 mean for our seas and oceans?

    presentation

    Iain Shepherd

    Senior Expert
    European Commission
    Directorate General of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries

    11.10

    Floating Wind Turbines

    How can we move beyond shallow waters?

    presentation

    Daniel Fraile

    WindEurope

    11.25

    Grids, hubs and interconnectors

    How do we get the energy ashore?

    presentation

    Laurent Schmitt

    Secretary-General
    European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity

    11.40

    Algae aquaculture

    Can protein from ocean save land, freshwater and carbon emissions?

    presentation

    Marianne  Thomsen,

    Professor
    Department of Environmental Science
    University of Aarhus

    11.55

    Planning for the future

    Do we have enough space? What are major challenges?

    presentation

    Olivier Laroussinie

    Délégué-adjoint à la mer et au littoral
    Ministère de la Transition écologique et solidaire

    12.10

    Discussion

     

     

    12.30

    Close

     

     

     

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