With the coastal zone under increasing pressure from climate change and development, informed policy and management has never been more important. Thanks to the efforts of Copernicus and the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet), Earth observations from satellites and from sensors in the sea are helping decision-makers gather the evidence they need to create effective strategies.
The EMODnet Open Conference 2023 is a public, in-person event in Brussels, Belgium. This provides a unique opportunity to gain access to cutting-edge marine data service updates, influential speakers, have your say in EMODnet’s evolution and expand your network, connecting and exchange [...]
This gathering will provide an opportunity to personally connect with the key stakeholders and Copernicus Marine community, including partners, contractors and downstream users.
This event aims to gather and engage marine policy community in order to provide the view on the Copernicus Marine Service offer and bring its knowledge and capacities to EU Member States. The Copernicus Marine Service provides marine [...]
The two European operational Marine Data Services Copernicus Marine Service and European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) are jointly organising an online workshop “EU Marine Data Services for the All-Atlantic and Global Ocean Data Spaces” in collaboration [...]
The #OceanChallenge4Africa hackathon will take place fully online from 8 to 10 April 2022, bringing together participants to find solutions to address challenges in coastal and marine environments in Africa. Teams will be invited to create innovative and [...]
The Blue-Cloud Hackathon is an open invitation to marine scientists & researchers, data scientists, ICT experts, innovators, students, and anyone who is passionate about the Ocean to explore and test Blue-Cloud: A new, Open Science platform for the [...]