A Productive Ocean - Satellite Activitities

SATELLITE ACTIVITIES

1 June, 4:00-6:00 pm CEST

Air-Sea Observations for Offshore Wind Energy

Join this virtual workshop to network and brainstorm about how the Observing Air-Sea Interactions Strategy (OASIS) Ocean Decade Program could provide air-sea observations for Offshore Wind-Energy, including for Small Island Developing States (SIDS).

31 May, 10:00 pm - 1 June, 1:00 am CEST

Marine Culture: Communities and Revolution

Marine aquaculture is an underdeveloped activity. The fast-growing of it in Brazil is a concern to the multiple users of marine waters. This event proposes a debate among producers, fishermen, researchers, marine use regulators & coastal communities.

31 May, 7:30 – 8:30 pm CEST

Harvesting a Productive Ocean

Fashion can contribute toward a productive ocean. This discussion will cover ocean tourism, sustainable fishing practices and how seaweed is the next frontier when it comes to sustainable ocean practices.

1 June, 7:00 – 10:00 am CEST

Prosperous Ecosystems in the Western North Pacific

Aiming toward a prosperous future of the marine ecosystems in the western North Pacific, we will have several scientific talks about their current and projected states, and a panel discussion on their social/economic/cultural values.

1 June, 10:00 – 11:30 am CEST

Resilient Aquatic Food Systems for a Productive Ocean

A webinar as part of WorldFish’s week-long celebration of 2022 World Oceans Day to highlight actionable solutions to achieve healthier, more just and more environmentally sustainable food systems from the ocean.

1 June, 11:00 am – 12:00 noon CEST

Sustainable Seafood Consumption

What is your decision process when buying seafood? Want to better understand the differences between species, origin or freshness of fish? And to clarify questions around farmed fish? B2E is here to support your seafood choices.

1 June, 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm CEST

Ghana’s Small-Scale Fisheries Sector

This Satellite Activity aims to engage experts and stakeholders involved in Ghana’s fish supply and value chain. It will create a platform for indigenous fish stakeholders often left behind to actively engage in the global fishery dialogue.

 

1 June, 2:00 – 4:00 pm CEST

The Science we Need for the Healthy Fjords we Want

What are the challenges and opportunities for implementing the vision of the UN Ocean Decade for fjord ecosystems? Join us for a virtual trip to fjord regions of the world to hear from science, policy and industry leaders working in these areas.

1 June, 4:00 – 6:00 pm CEST

Establishing Global Knowledge Networks in SmartNet

We aim to establish a network of partners to co-design and implement a suite of activities to support knowledge production and dissemination on the status and future of marine social-ecological systems in support of the UN SDGs.

1 June, 6:00 – 8:00 pm CEST

Challenges for a Sustainable Blue Amazon

Brazil has an extensive maritime area of 5.7 million km², equivalent to 67% of its land territory. This webinar will discuss the development of the Blue Amazon, focusing on the sustainable guarantee of food security.

2 June, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon CEST

A Productive Ocean – Sustainable Food Supply

The need for the change toward aquaculture is obvious: fish stocks in the oceans are under serious threat and global demand for fish products is increasing. Hear our speakers on how to tackle this challenge with the help of innovative technologies.

2 June, 11:00 pm – 3 June, 12:30 am CEST

Indigenous-led Ocean Science Collaborations

We present collaborations between science and Māori tribes from New Zealand’s east coast exemplifying how ocean research can interact with stakeholder indigenous communities for sustainable management of coastal resources.

1 June, 2:00 – 3:15 am CEST

Catch of the Day

Where is your fish coming from and how is it being caught? Join our panel session on sustainable fisheries management and global fish consumption and be the first to look at data from our global fish stock survey.