Launch of EU4OceanObs communication campaign on understanding and monitoring marine biology and ecology, with spotlight on the European Marine Biological Resource Centre (EMBRC), to better protect and restore marine environments and biodiversity, and ensure the sustainable use of marine resources.
by harmonising data, standardising monitoring methods, leveraging technology, and harnessing the power of a global community, the Integrated Marine Debris Observing System (IMDOS) aims to support and strengthen marine debris research and inform action to this growing global concern.
Themed Local Action in Support of Global Traction, the 5th Symposium was specifically geared towards improving GEO Blue Planet’s engagement with African nations in an effort to expand the Earth observation community of practice, strengthen local capacity and provide access to resources, tools and services related to the use of ocean and coastal observations for societal benefit.
Accra, Ghana, 24 October 2022 – Ghana becomes the focus of the global marine and coastal community this week as it hosts the 5th GEO Blue Planet Symposium. Themed “Local Action in support of global traction”, this [...]
Brussels, 24 November 2020 – Global Ocean observation is a sine qua non condition for ensuring a sustainable ocean and a sustainable society. Today, the European Commission is making a major shift on global ocean observation by launching [...]