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Blue growth is here to stay, concluded the 1200 marine and maritime economy stakeholders who gathered in Turku, Finland, last week to celebrate the 9th edition of the European Maritime Days. “A sustainable marine economy is not a dream, it is a reality”, said Commissioner Karmenu Vella in the Opening Session of the conference. “Across Europe – he went on - people are working hard on innovation and pushing boundaries”. European Commission Vice-President Katainen listed a number of blue economy projects already selected for EFSI support, stressing the importance of new investments for all maritime innovations.

EMODNET – building a European marine data infrastructure

Public consultation

In 2009, the European Commission organised a public consultation to assess the current state of Europe's marine knowledge infrastructure and possible measures that could be taken to improve it. Anybody with an interest in marine data was invited to participate.

The consultation closed on 2 June 2009. The results of the consultation as well as information on the further development of EMOD-net are available on the thematic website on Maritime Affairs.