“Far and away, the greatest threat to the ocean, and thus to ourselves, is ignorance“.
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The Sea Change project aims to establish a fundamental “Sea Change”in the way European citizens view their relationship with the sea.
A 15-partner project with the objective of encouraging Europeans to take a closer interest in their oceans, generating public debate and knowledge.
The MARINA project engages citizens, researchers, policy makers, industrial and societal actors in order to share knowledge and create synergy.
Research and innovation activities to achieve a sustainable, efficient, and fitfor-purpose Integrated Atlantic Ocean Observing System.
Pew and the Bertarelli Foundation launched the Global Ocean Legacy project in an effort to establish the world’s first generation of great marine parks.