Tag Archives: Global Ocean Commission – Member

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.

Irish Examiner – We may still have enough time to save the world’s oceans

Warmer, more acidic oceans will be a catastrophe for our planet. The time to act is now, write José Maria Figueres, Pascal Lamy and John D Podesta.

The Japan Times – Fighting the good fight for ocean health

NEW YORK – The ocean is changing — and not for the better. 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.