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While Tacitus called it Mare Suebicum after the Suebi people, the first to name it also as the Baltic Sea (Mare Balticum) was eleventh century German chronicler Adam of Bremen. The origin of the latter name is speculative. It might be connected to the Germanic word belt, a name used for two of the Danish straits, the Belts, while others claim it to be derived from Latin balteus (belt). (source Wikipedia)

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‘Supporting Ocean Literacy in the Baltic - ‘Let’s make the Baltic Sea Blue’!

As part of the EU4Ocean Coalition, an online event was organised on the 26th and 27th of August an to celebrate the Baltic Sea Basin: Let’s make the Baltic Sea Blue!

Last update: 26/11/21

Surfrider Foundation Europe is looking for young ocean enthusiasts to host a youth event in La Rochelle, France in 2022

The Surfrider Foundation Europe is looking for young ocean enthusiasts from the EU member states to organise a youth event about maritime jobs and shipping in La Rochelle, France, from 7th to 13th February 2022.

Last update: 28/10/21

Youth4Ocean Forum at the COP26 of the UNFCCC Youth4Ocean Forum at the COP26 of the UNFCCC

Join us in the Blue Zone in Glasgow and in the Virtual Ocean Pavilion!

Last update: 20/10/21

Fisheries: Solutions and Innovations

Learn about the issues with current fisheries practices and discover existing solutions and innovations

Last update: 23/08/21

Trees & Seas

General Public Europe and worldwide Language: English Date: 07/08/21, 6:00pm CET Duration: 1 hour Organised by Plastic Oceans

Last update: 26/07/21

Youth4Ocean Agenda

All the activities and events of the members of the Youth4Ocean Forum will be gathered on this webpage.

Last update: 26/07/21

Klaipeda, European Youth Capital 2021 – The Exhibition "14 m3 of the Baltic Sea in 2050. Dystopia or Reality?" at the Lithuanian Sea Museum

Exhibition. Educational activities

Last update: 02/06/21

Plastic Art of the Sea

Art exhibition and video performance

Last update: 21/05/21

We are officially launching the first call for project submission of the Youth4Ocean Forum!

Do you have a project in mind to raise awareness of consumers on sustainable seafood or an innovative business plan to use marine resources sustainably? Or something completely different that you think has the potential to change things? We welcome applications from anyone involved or interested in the sustainable use of marine resources for economic growth, improved livelihoods, and jobs while preserving the health of marine ecosystems.

Last update: 18/11/20

How to become a Young Ocean Advocate

As a Young Ocean Advocate you will have the chance to showcase your project, participate and pitch your ideas in European events, connect with mentors, network with leading European experts, participate in working groups along with stakeholders and decision-makers to address ocean challenges, and benefit from leadership resources to make a positive change.

Last update: 14/10/20

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