Maritime Forum

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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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Tourism strategy - reality check

taking stock of what has been achieved since 2014

Last update: 10/12/18

Blue Bioeconomy Forum Pipeline of projects

scope and eligibility criteria

Last update: 06/12/18

7 December event: details on the first Blue Bioeconomy Forum working groups' meeting

On 7 December, the working groups of the BBF will meet at the occasion of our first stakeholder event. This article provides further introduction to the working group sessions.

Last update: 29/11/18

2018 Atlantic Stakeholder Platform conference: exploring new ways to boost youth employment in the maritime domain

On 23-24 October 2018, political leaders, investors and stakeholders met in Vigo, Spain, for the annual Atlantic Stakeholder Platform conference.

Last update: 21/11/18

A new platform for the Baltic Blue Bioeconomy

Kick-off event of the new Blue Platform for the BSR project took place in Helsinki on 5-6 November.

Last update: 15/11/18

EMODnet Secretariat progress update – 3rd Quarter 2018

This update is based on the quarterly progress reports of the different EMODnet groups (Thematic Portals, Data Ingestion Portal), and supplemented with updates from the Secretariat. This is the sixth Secretariat progress report since the start of the EMODnet Development Phase III (2017-2020) and covers activities developed within EMODnet in the period July-August-September 2018.

Last update: 31/10/18

From green to blue … putting BBF in the frame

The ‘blue bioeconomy’ sector was out in force at the recent EU-hosted conference dedicated to presenting a collective ‘European way’ to achieving a truly ‘sustainable and circular bioeconomy’.

Last update: 31/10/18

Meeting Summary: 6th Experts' meeting towards SRIA for the Black Sea/ Bucharest, 5.10.2018

We would like to thank those of you who could join us in Bucharest for the 6th meeting for developing a Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) for the Black Sea basin on 5 October. We would also like to thank the Romanian Government representatives and our hosts from GeoEcoMar for all their support for this work, especially in view of the upcoming Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU during the first half of 2019, when the SRIA will be launched.

Last update: 30/10/18

Meeting Summary: 5th Experts' meeting towards SRIA for the Black Sea, Burgas 30.5/ Next steps

We would like to start by thanking you again for all your hard work and your cooperation. Together, you have agreed on a balanced and comprehensive Burgas Vision Paper, a shared vision for a productive, healthy, resilient, sustainable and better valued Black Sea by 2030. Next meeting for developing a SRIA for the Black Sea - 5 OCT 2018, Bucharest

Last update: 30/10/18

OCEAN HEALTH: MONEY WELL SPENT

As we approach the end of this financial period and debate the shape of the next one, here is an overview of what is being done with the share of the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund that is not divided up among EU countries but is devoted directly to the Integrated Maritime Policy, to ocean governance and to the blue economy. This share amounts to €292 million for the period 2014-2020 - roughly 4.5% of the overall European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (€6.4 billion) - and has been devoted to the most pressing issues (both environmental and economic) that our seas are facing today.

Last update: 24/10/18

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