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Deep Sea Mining... and opportunity to do things right.
7 May 2018, Lisbon, Portugal
EurOcean is organizing a workshop about deep sea mining which will be held on Monday 7 May 2018 at the Gulbenkian Foundation in the centre of Lisbon.
The event is an activity of the MARINA project, a H2020 initiative focused on implementing Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) within the European marine sphere.
Throughout the day we will employ the Structured Democratic Dialog Process (SDDP) - a workshop method that uses a dedicated software to rank ideas previously developed by the participants - to achieve a common vision about this triggering question: How can Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) serve to bridge deep sea mining, sustainability and policy?
This international event will be conducted in English and will have an audience constituted by citizens, NGOs, researchers, technicians, politicians, industry representatives and media.
Should you want to secure one of the very limited seats, please email email@example.com before 20 April 2018 confirming your participation.
ThemesEnvironment - General | Environment - Marine environment | Environment - Environmental technologies | Environment - Natural resources management | Environment - Tools for sustainable development | Horizon 2020 | International Cooperation | Key Enabling Technologies | New materials and new production technologies | Open science | Science with and for Society | Sustainable development