The Scientific event will have seven thematic sessions (Ocean-Climate; Ecosystems; Pollution; Aquaculture & Fisheries; Observing; Sustainable and Inclusive Ocean Economy; Literacy) and four cross-cutting ones (Data; Infrastructures; Engage; Capacity). The sessions propose a dialogue process for innovative thinking using the best practices and online approaches to share knowledge, create synergies and co-design actions to support decision making in the Atlantic region.
By participating in the workshops, you can inform the Atlantic Community about your ongoing ocean research activity and how this is supporting the All-Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance, discuss priorities for cooperation and enhance interactions among existing activities, leveraging their outcomes and impact.
Online side events will be happening from the week leading up to the event (week of May 25) until the week after (week of June 6).
Find out how to be engaged in the Scientific Event and register today!