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From 27 June – 1 July 2022, ocean stakeholders gathered in Lisbon, Portugal for the second UN Ocean Conference. Experts from across the EMOD-network co-organised and participated in a number of activities, including a side event on Marine Data Interoperability co-organised by EMODnet, IOC-UNESCO, Fugro, IODE/IOC, VLIZ, Copernicus Marine Service and the Intertidal Agency, in collaboration with the EC and the UN Ocean Decade Data Coordination Group, for which EMODnet is a co-Chair, and a side event on “Digital Ocean Systems” co-organised by Mercator Ocean International, amongst others.
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EMODnet Seabed Habitats participated in the recent Geohab 2022 Conference held in Venice, Italy. This event was hosted by The CNR-ISMAR Institute.
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At the kick-off meeting of the third phase of the EMODnet Data Ingestion project, the participants were visibly happy to meet up again for a much-awaited face-to-face meeting that allowed the newcomers to get to know the old hands of the network. The meeting brought together some 40 participants on 16 and 17 June in Glyfada (Athens, Greece). Warm thanks go to the HCMR colleagues for their excellent welcome and special efforts to accommodate the remote participation of 24 additional persons in a hybrid setting.


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Civil Society

The democratisation of science and open access to scientific data has a positive knock-on effect on society. For this reason, the activities and achievements of EMODnet need to be closely linked to everyday issues impacting citizens, such as the environment, the conservation of marine living resources, public investment, new services and job creation.

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Research institutes, academic institutions, university departments and, more generally, any organisation heavily involved in promoting, supporting and enabling research producing activities in the Blue Growth sector, play an essential role in the marine and maritime ecosystem.

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