Integrated Maritime Surveillance (July 2010)
Integrating maritime surveillance is a brand new policy development that started some 2 years ago and will remove barriers between the different actors surveilling the seas. Its objective is to allow for information exchange between public authorities responsible for maritime surveillance in fields such as environment, pollution prevention, fisheries, transport, customs, border control, law enforcement and defense according to respective access rights. Real time or on demand access to useful information from counterparts will save time and make maritime management more effective.
Atlantic stakeholder conference in Porto on 20 January 2015
As part of the implementation of the Atlantic Action Plan, the European Commission invites stakeholders to share their practical knowledge and ideas at the Atlantic Stakeholder Platform conference. Registration is now open.
Be a part of European Maritime Day 2015
Ahead of the 8th annual European Maritime Day Conference, to be held in Piraeus, Greece, on 28 and 29 May next year, the European Commission is organising two information sessions for anyone wanting to get involved in the conference.
Conference on Maritime Spatial Planning and Tourism, Venice, 27 November
Speech by Karmenu Vella - Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries