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Submit your water sports initiative to the Good Practices Handbook

Fill out the survey to help us get a full picture of experiences and insight of active sports organizations on creating and implementing an awareness campaign and educational methodology towards ocean and seas preservation and submit a summary of your project to our Handbook of Good Practices.

Last update: 05/06/23


Nautilos Summer School is a four-day course designed for early career scientists and marine technicians who are interested in the blue economy and open data sharing. The main goal of the course is to improve professional skills and competences related to marine litter.

Start date: 04/09/2023 - 01:00
Last update: 04/04/23

European Maritime Day (EMD) 2023 - Brest, France - EXHIBITION - only a few days left to apply! (til 5 April)

The last time stakeholders had the possibility to get together as exhibitors was in 2019. Four years later, the European Commission is happy to be able to offer this possibility once again and to give stakeholders the chance to showcase their projects and initiatives in an exhibition. Welcome to join us! Find out more at EMD web site. The deadline to apply is the 5 April at 23h59.

Last update: 31/03/23

Call for activities for the EU4OCEAN Summit Ocean Literacy Festival!

The EU4Ocean Coalition is organising a new round of engaging ocean literacy activities for the upcoming EU4Ocean Ocean Literacy Summit. From youth activities, educational programmes to the Mediterranean Ocean Literacy Festival, there is no limit to your imagination. Come on board and join us in making the EU Blue!

Start date: 21/05/2022 - 09:00
Last update: 29/03/22

Call for Young Ocean Advocates – The Youth and the Arctic

The Youth4Ocean Forum is calling young people to submit projects linked to the Arctic Ocean.

Last update: 03/03/22

Master’s students organise conferences on marine resources and climate change for the local community in Northern France – 2021 edition

For the second year running, students of the Master’s degree in Marine Ecology and Fisheries of the Littoral Côte d’Opale University (Boulogne-sur-Mer, France) invited middle school students and the general public to attend a series of micro-conferences on 9th December 2021, in Nausicaá, National Sea Centre.

Last update: 18/02/22

For the first time, Master’s students organise conferences on climate change, ocean pollution and marine resources conservation for the local community in Northern France

Students of the new Master’s degree in Marine Ecology and Fisheries of the Littoral Côte d’Opale University (Boulogne-sur-Mer, France) invited middle school students and the general public to attend a series of online micro-conferences on Thursday 17th December 2020, as part of the scientific communication unit of their course. This activity was developed in collaboration with Nausicaá, National Sea Centre, also located in Boulogne-sur-Mer.

Last update: 18/02/22

Info Day on EU Mission ‘Restore our Ocean and Waters by 2030’: A powerful wave of actions!

Event date: 18/01/2022 – 09:45

Start date: 18/01/2022 (All day)
Last update: 17/01/22

‘Supporting Ocean Literacy in the Baltic - ‘Let’s make the Baltic Sea Blue’!

As part of the EU4Ocean Coalition, an online event was organised on the 26th and 27th of August an to celebrate the Baltic Sea Basin: Let’s make the Baltic Sea Blue!

Last update: 26/11/21

Common actions for ‘Let’s make the Black Sea blue!’

Around the Black Sea Action Day (31st of October), the EU4Ocean Coalition organized the Let’s make the Black Sea Blue event, supported by the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of the European Commission.

Last update: 25/11/21


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