Learn how an envisioned planetary observing array based on sharing the global submarine telecom network with environmental sensing can be used for earthquake and tsunami warning and climate and ocean monitoring.
This Activity proposes a multidisciplinary international panel of experts to study the oceanic solution to the ecological & socio-economic impacts of climate-related changes in the ocean, which includes blue carbon & the Chilean Blue BOAT Initiative.
A safe ocean requires changes in the whole plastic lifecycle. The UNEA 5.2 plastic resolution targets a legally binding agreement to cover the plastics lifecycle and highlights the importance of waste cooperatives and waste pickers for waste recovery
This online activity will bring scientists and disaster managers together to further our knowledge on deadly tsunamis generated by non-seismic and complex sources. It will build a pathway to also detect and warn coastal communities of these tsunamis.
Safety at sea is paramount to all ocean stakeholders, especially artisanal fishers in West Africa who lack early-warning information. This Activity provides fishermen with forecasts on ocean conditions prior to their fishing expeditions.
This interactive session explores visualization tools used to help communities identify their risks to sea level rise and the increased frequency and severity of high-tide flooding.
Join this activity to learn about the development of the first Blue Line in the Caribbean and how its methodology using GIS tools can integrate multiple coastal hazards in the Tropical Americas and the Caribbean.
Acquire tips for routine weather & science communication on social media, as well as on disasters like Hurricane Maria, earthquakes and the climate crisis, from Ada Monzón, meteorologist, broadcaster, founder & CEO of EcoExploratorio Science Museum.
GRAF will improve access to and use of risk information targeting decision-makers and transform behaviors in DRR planning and investment. Ocean-related threats, climate change, must integrate the data ecosystem that inform these processes!
This webinar will discuss how data science integrated with technology such as sensors can improve public policies for a safer ocean, showing the case of the Rio de Janeiro City Hall Operations Center.
As tsunamis are infrequent, exercises raise awareness and increase preparedness. We present a guide on how to plan, conduct and evaluate a multi-annual tsunami exercise program providing practical advice and templates.
Let’s analyze the recent advances in the area of monitoring sargassum through satellite and field observations, including practical examples of data integration and visualization within an interoperable online environment.
Join this virtual workshop to network and brainstorm on how the UN Ocean Decade program Observing Air-Sea Interactions Strategy (OASIS) could contribute to a safe ocean, and in particular a safe ocean for Small Island Developing States (SIDS).
On April 9, 2021, St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ La Soufrière volcano erupted causing heavy ash fall in Barbados. In this webinar, a panel of Caribbean scientists and disaster management experts will share their experiences about the hazard impact.
Creation of new innovative ideologies on remote sensing in the domain of artificial intelligence solutions for the objective of enabling the features of a safe ocean economy.
The “Vaka Moana: Safe Ocean” lab will take us on a journey to explore success stories, discuss regional challenges and opportunities to strengthening early warning systems in support of resilient coastal communities and maritime safety.
This satellite session will offer a virtual get-together forum for local and national leaders who have gone through the Tsunami Ready recognition process, to share their experiences and work to make the ocean safer.
How does marine debris impact Randall’s Island in NYC over time? Join to hear how types of debris materials collected changed over four years of this action research study, including pandemic-related effects and implementation of a plastic bag ban.
Join the discussion with the multidisciplinary team of experts on the pillars of preparedness to respond to oil spills at sea in Brazil. Find out the applicable legislation, equipment, technology and best practices associated.
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