At the UNESCO Integrated Ocean Carbon Research workshop in Brussels, international experts, researchers, and EU Commission policymakers gathered to drive an integrated approach to ocean carbon research that supports effective climate policies for a more sustainable future.
Monitoring zooplankton and their changing dynamics due to ocean warming can improve our understanding of marine ecosystems under a changing climate and better inform ocean conservation actions.
The GEO Week 2021 will be held from 23 to 26 November in a virtual format and will include the GEO-17 Plenary, anchor and side events, and a virtual exhibition. The major milestone events linked to global policy [...]
The Hub serves as a single-entry point to access up-to-date information and tools to monitor, forecast and manage Sargussum blooms in the Atlantic Ocean and its coastal area. Developed jointly by GEO Blue Planet, IOCARIBE of IOC-UNESCO, the AIR Centre and AtlantOS...