On 21 October 2021, the eighth Atlantic Stakeholder Platform Conference is taking place in Dublin, Ireland.
On 20-21 October, the European Commission is hosting 75 university students from across the EU to co-create innovative solutions to the major challenges facing the ocean and the marine environment.
The High Representative and the Commission have put forward their approach for a stronger EU engagement for a peaceful, sustainable and prosperous Arctic.
The Council of the European Union has reached an agreement on the fishing opportunities in the Baltic Sea for 2022, on the basis of a Commission proposal.
The guide will help planners shape their maritime space in a way that contributes to the sustainable governance of our seas and ocean.
The Commission is calling for applications for the selection of members of the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF). The deadline for applications is 15 November 2021.
Walking along a dock, three design students noticed the abundance of old and discarded fishing nets. This led to a shoe prototype, the creation of an eco-friendly business, Fil & Fab, and critical acclaim at the Brest International Maritime Festival.
Marine litter is a global concern, affecting all the oceans of the world. Awareness raising campaigns are an integral part of strategies to induce those changes. In Italy, a coalition of civil society, local institutions and parks has joined forces with the EU with the REMARE project.
With a circular economy approach, the EU-funded OCEANETS project aims at dealing with marine litter, preventing the loss of the fishing gear, making the recovery of lost fishing gear much easier, and recycling the gears once recovered.
This year, the event will focus on the progress made on the initiatives foreseen in the Farm to Fork Strategy’s action plan, support the EU efforts to achieve a global transition to sustainable food systems and put emphasis on research and innovation as transition enablers.