New publication by WG 6: Fisheries Governance Member Alicia Said along with Ratana Chuenpagdee
OceanGov Member published on “Aligning the sustainable development goals to the small-scale fisheries guidelines: A case for EU fisheries governance”
Coastal zone management out of geological perspective
Training School to take place on 1st - 2nd October at the Polish Geological Institute in Gdańsk
Fulfilled action result Working Group 4 (Nutrition Security and Food Systems)
OceanGov members published on “Food security and maritime security: A new challenge for the European Union’s ocean policy”
Call for Papers for the Edited Volume "Ocean Governance - Pasts, Presents, Futures"
Anna-Katharina Hornidge (Chair) and Maria Hadjimichael (Vice Chair) invite contributions to a forthcoming volume in the MARE Publication Series.
15th IOI Training Programme on Regional Ocean Governance for the Mediterranean, Black, Baltic & Caspian Seas
The 5-week Training Programme will take place in Malta from November 4 to December 6, 2019.
ICYMARE 2019 Bremen
ICYMARE conference designed by and for young marine researchers takes place on 24th - 27th September at the University of Bremen.
Postcolonial Oceans - Contradictions and Heterogeneities in the Epistemes of Salt Water
Joint Annual Conference of GAPS and IACPL to take place on 30 May-2 June at the University of Bremen
Strengthening Regional Ocean Governance for the High Seas
The STRONG High Seas Programme has published a summary for decision-makers with a focus on Southeast Atlantic and
Ocean Governance for Sustainability – Challenges, Options and the Role of Science
The Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT) coordinates the European funded COST Action OceanGov (Ocean Governance for Sustainability – Challenges, Options and the Role of Science), chaired by Anna-Katharina Hornidge.
During the 4-years term of the project, ZMT brings together scientists, policy-makers and civil society representatives from 29 COST Member States to create and coordinates a research network for inter- and transdisciplinary research on ocean governance in the EU.
Thematically the network concentrates on the following six governance challenges:
- Land-Sea Interactions
- Area-Based Management
- Seabed Resource Management
- Nutrition Security and Food Systems
- Ocean, Climate Change, and Acidification
- Fisheries Governance
Within these six fields existing scientific research on different scale levels, regions and sustainability challenges is systematical being brought together and prepared in form of integrated advice on governance tools and mechanisms to improve ocean related decision-making.
Aligning the sustainable development goals to the small-scale fisheries guidelines: A case for EU fisheries governance
From: Sep 2019
Publication Type: Journal Article
Said, A. & Chuenpagdee, R.(2019): Food security and maritime security: A new challenge for the European Union’s ocean policy. In: Marine Policy 107 (2019). DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2019.103599
Food security and maritime security: A new challenge for the European Union’s ocean policy
From: Aug 2019
Publication Type: Journal Article
Suárez-de Vivero, J., Rodríguez Mateos, J., Florido del Corral, D., Barragán, M., Calado,H., Kjellevold, M., Janowska-Miąsik, E. (2019): Food security and maritime security: A new challenge for the European Union’s ocean policy. In: Marine Policy 108 (2019) 103640. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2019.103640
Living with the Sea – Knowledge, Awareness and Action
From: Feb 2019
Publication Type: Books and edited Volumes
Registration Open GLOSS | GLobal Ocean Social Sciences – an UN Ocean Decade Event
From 4. September 2019
Training School in Gdańsk (Poland) – “Coastal zone management out of geological perspective”
From 13. August 2019
Call for a tenured professorship at University of Bremen Faculty of Cultural Studies
From 12. August 2019