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Addressing blue economy challenges, synergies and equality at the European Maritime Day 2024

The Sustainable Blue Economy Partnership will have a strong presence at the European Maritime Day 2024 in Svendborg, Denmark. The Partnership organises a workshop to highlight shared challenges, institutional inefficiencies and R&I gaps in the Blue Economy. In addition, the Partnership will be represented in the panel on of two other workshops.  

Practical info

Nordre Kajgade 9A, 5700 Svendborg, Denmark

30 May 2024 | 16:45-18:00

j.olivier@fz-juelich.de

English




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Towards strategic global alignment for the EU blue economy 

The Sustainable Blue Economy Partnership organises a workshop at the European Maritime Day 2024, the annual event of Europe’s maritime community. Join us at this workshop promoting international cooperation for a thriving, regenerative and resilient ocean economy. 

The workshop concentrates on identifying common priorities, strategic foresight, and promoting impact-oriented collaborative approaches to achieve a resilient ocean economy. 

The Sustainable Blue Economy Partnership is a key and growing Horizon Europe initiative bringing together national governments, research organisations, innovation funds and regional authorities from 29 countries around the Atlantic Ocean, the Black Sea, the Baltic Sea, the Mediterranean Sea and the North Sea. The Partnership promotes innovative solutions and technologies for a digital, green and inclusive transition of the EU blue economy. 

Moderator:

  • Julie Olivier, Project Management Jülich, Science Policy Officer for the EU Sustainable Blue Economy Partnership

 

Speakers:

  • Rosalia Santoleri, National Research Council of Italy (CNR), Institute of Marine Science National Contact Point of the G7 Future of the Seas and Ocean Initiative
  • Peter M Haugan, Policy Director, Institute of Marine Research, and Professor Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Co-Chair of the Ocean Decade Working Group on Challenge 4 “Ocean economy”
  • Claire Jolly, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Head of Innovation Policies for Space and Oceans Unit
  • Ashok ADICEAM, Head of Global Public Affairs “Multilateral engagement for Ocean Sustainable Development” at the French National Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs

 

Representation in additional workshops 

For more information about the other two workshops the Partnership is represented in, please see the following links: