Tag Archives: Global Ocean Commission – Member

The Ocean Race Summit Europe

The ocean is currently governed by many different legal structures of varying levels of complexity, that reside within numerous local, national, European and international, European bodies, national and local sectors and institutions. This often poses  challenges for effective and sustainable governance. In this session we assess how this current system is working and hear of […]

European research and innovation beyond 2020

European science and innovation policy are in transition. As Horizon 2020 draws to a close, the European institutions are putting the final touches to the next budgeting cycle and the new-look program Horizon Europe. Global lines are being redrawn in the EU’s research relationships with its competitors and collaborators including the U.K., China and the U.S. […]

Forum Mondial de la Mer – Bizerte : L’art de plonger dans un monde immersif en 3D autour de la mer

Dans cette période post-Covid, alors que les voyages internationaux et les grands rassemblements sont encore restreints, la 3ème édition du Forum Mondial de la Mer – Bizerte se tiendra entièrement virtuellement le 15 juillet 2020, avec une particularité de taille :  un Forum immersif permettant de se déplacer dans les espaces du Forum en 3D. Ce nouveau format du Forum Mondial de la Mer […]

EurActiv – Commission finally tables mandate for post-Cotonou negotiations

The European Commission presented on Tuesday (12 December) a recommendation to the Council including a long-awaited proposal for how to proceed in new trade negotiations with the countries of  ACP…

ShanghaiDaily.com -It’s everyone’s business to save the oceans

THE ocean is changing — and not for the better. Well-established scientific evidence shows that it is becoming emptier, warmer, and more acidic, putting marine life under serious pressure. But there is good news: evidence also indicates that the ocean can regenerate, and the world has agreed to enable that outcome.

Azernews – The Fight for Ocean Health

The ocean is changing – and not for the better. Well-established scientific evidence shows that it is becoming emptier, warmer, and more acidic, putting marine life under serious pressure. But there is good news: evidence also indicates that the ocean can regenerate, and the world has already agreed to enable that outcome.