Published On: 15 August 2021Categories: G7 FSOI, News
The Working Group of the G7 Future of the Seas and Oceans Initiative (G7 FSOI) met virtually from 28 to 30 June 2021. At the meeting, delegations from the G7 (Canada, the European Commission, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US) agreed on the way forward with a set of joint G7 ocean actions including spotlight activities from the G7 Ocean Navigation Plan approved by the G7 Climate and Environment Ministers in May 2021.
The Summary Report outlines the major actions to be taken forward jointly by the G7 countries and the European Union to enhance global ocean observations in line with outcomes from the UK G7 Presidency Summit in June 2021, including ocean actions outlined in the Climate and Environment Ministerial Communique, the G7 Ocean Decade Navigation Plan, and the G7 FSOI work plan.
To download the G7 FSOI Working Group 2021 meeting summary report, click here.

For more information, visit or contact the FSOI Coordination Centre.

*The G7 FSOI EU coordinator facilitated by EU4OceanObs and hosted by Mercator Ocean International, works with the other G7 FSOI coordinators to form a distributed Coordination Centre that implements the initiative’s activities under the guidance of the G7 FSOI National Focal Points and the Working Group.

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