EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints are meeting in Rome on 13 September 2017 to discuss the latest results and EMODnet Stakeholder Conference outcome.
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The 2017 GOSE Workshop will focus on forging new connections within the global marine community, bringing together the oceean science, education, policy and business sectors.

11 January 2017 in BXL: a forum of practical exchanges for policy makers to understand what existing solutions the European Open Science Cloud can build on, and technological and user perspectives that can help merge these services together to mak

The workshop is organised by the University of Marine Technology (CSIC) and the Polytechnical University of Catalunia (UPC).

The workshop is jointly organised by ESA, ROSA and the National Institute for Marine Research and Development "Grigore Antipa", Romania.

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The theme of the workshop is ''Innovation for a sustainable ocean economy: linking economic potential and marine ecosystem health through innovation'' and it will be held in Naples on October 10-11, 2017.

The Working Group Marine Planning and Coastal Zone Management of ICES (International Council for the Exploration of the Seas), with support of the Horizon2020 Project MUSES (Multi-Use in European Seas) and Marine Scotland, invites to a workshop to

The workshop introduces the reporting requirements of the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) and the EU Maritime Spatial Planning Directive (MSPD), specifically regarding marine information components of national SDIs and INSPIRE compli

MAPMAS aims at providing a common forum to identify strategies and assessment methodologies to face problems related with the marine environment: marine pollution impacts, sources of risk, emerging pollutants, restoration and remediation measures

The conference will take place on 19 September in London, UK and will focus on trends and scenarios of future spatial demands of sectors...

Following on from the successful Celtic Seas Partnership project and ongoing work through the SIMCelt project and Irish Sea Maritime Forum, the ISMF will be hosting a discussion on future work on Thursday 13th July at the University of Liverpool.