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28 01, 2022

EOOS: a coordinating framework to untap Europe’s potential in global ocean observing

2022-01-28T16:36:13+00:0028 January 2022|Tags: , |

Sustained and comprehensive in situ observations combined with satellite observations and predictive models are critical for generating knowledge required for the protection of the ocean and the sustainable use of its resources. EOOS provides a stakeholder-driven, coordinating [...]

2 12, 2021

Ocean topics at GEO Week 2021

2021-12-15T20:10:15+00:002 December 2021|Tags: , |

The annual flagship event of the Group on Earth Observations (#GEOWeek2021) took place virtually from 22 to 26 November 2021. This year's edition is one of the most important with major milestones linked to global policy agendas. Ocean related sessions discussed how GEO's activities can support national efforts to develop ocean-conscious climate action as well as strengthen cooperation to address marine hazards in Africa.

26 11, 2021

One Integrated Marine Debris Observing System for a clean and healthy ocean

2021-12-07T13:23:17+00:0026 November 2021|Tags: , , |

An official satellite activity of the UN Ocean Decade Lab "A clean ocean", the event attracted more than 200 partipants from 46 countries. Experts from different sectors and fields came together to share their knowledge and discuss the growing threat and multidimensional problem of marine debris to marine ecosystems, and ocean and coastal users.

5 11, 2021

GOOS presents ocean-climate priorities at the COP26

2021-11-05T14:52:16+00:005 November 2021|Tags: , , |

The Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) presented its ocean-climate priorities at the 26th session of the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland. GOOS co-chair Anya Waite (Ocean Frontiers Institute) presented GOOS priorities in the science pavilion as part of the GCOS Status Report 2021 and the Earth Information Day.

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