EuroSea Symposium on Ocean Observing and Forecasting
The upcoming EuroSea Symposium on Ocean Observing and Forecasting, a high-level event bringing together national and international stakeholders from policy, science, and industry, takes place on 21 September 2023, at the IOC/UNESCO Headquarters in Paris.
The EuroSea Symposium is a momentous occasion to celebrate the remarkable innovations in European ocean observing and forecasting over recent years. It will serve as a platform for participants to reflect on past achievements and address the challenges that lie ahead in this vital field. The event aims to present and discuss recommendations for building a sustainable ocean observing and forecasting system that provides accessible, timely, and actionable data and information to all ocean users. By fostering collaboration between diverse stakeholders, including policymakers, scientists, and industry leaders, the symposium strives to develop a unified approach to ocean research and forecasting.
The symposium will be live-streamed, ensuring wider accessibility for participants across the globe. The link to the live stream will be shared on this page, so mark your calendars and don’t miss out on this exceptional event. However, there will also be a limited number of seats for on-site participation. In addition to insightful presentations and discussions, the EuroSea Symposium will offer ample space and time for exchanges and networking. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with like-minded professionals, share knowledge, and establish meaningful connections. Stay tuned for updates on the possibility of attending the event in person. We will share the relevant information here as soon as it becomes available.
We look forward to welcoming you to the EuroSea Symposium on Ocean Observing and Forecasting! Together, let us chart a course towards a better and more informed understanding of our oceans. Save the date and join us in Paris on September 21, 2023, for this remarkable gathering of ocean experts and visionaries.
Blue-Cloud at the EuroSea Symposium
- Marc Taconet, Chief of Fishery Statistics and Information Branch (FIPS) at FAO, takes part in the round table "Value for money - The value of ocean information for ocean enterprises in the Blue Economy"
- Nicolas Segebarth, Policy Officer, unit Healthy Oceans & Seas at European Commission at European Commission, joins the round table "Ocean observation gaps - Next steps for an integrated and sustained ocean observing in Europe"