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  • YOUng MArine RESearchers (YOUMARES)
    Hybrid conference, Berlin 11-14 October 2022
    The theme of YOUMARES 13 is “Future Oceans - Science for resilient marine ecosystems” is related to the second outcome of the UN Ocean Decade: “A healthy and resilient ocean”.
    YOUMARES13 conference will be an important platform for a variety of research projects including citizen science approaches, education & outreach programs, and projects with a focus on businesses and entrepreneurship. The goal of YOUMARES 13 is to create a dynamic young scientist meta-network across different disciplines and to create opportunities for interdisciplinary exchange of ideas and knowledge.
    Join us and let's talk about the ocean! ?
    More info about YOUMARES activities and call for abstracts can be found here.
  • Photo Contest and exhibition “Millimages des récifs”
    13.06.2022 - 16.10.2022
    The photo competition "Millimages des récifs" aims to refine the view of underwater photographers, amateur or professional, on the ecosystem they photograph. By imposing a theme each year to its contest, the Institut des Récifs Coralliens du Pacifique (IRCP) wishes that the participants have a naturalist look on their subject, more refined to the understanding of the observed phenomena.
    The exhibitions that result from the contest have the function of sharing what has been observed, notably with the explanation of the organisms, behaviors or events photographed. IRCP is committed to helping break down barriers to diversity and equity. Its actions try as much as possible to give a place to as many people as possible in the exchanges and debates around environmental issues. Accessible to schools, associations, companies, everyone can learn more about the coral ecosystem, an ecosystem that is essential for French Polynesia.
    More information
  • Ocean Practices: OBPS Workshop VI, 05-19 Oct 2022 – A Virtual Global Meeting
    Workshop goals: to guide the development of best practices and operating practices, to promote their documentation, and to share them widely using the Ocean Best Practices System.
    Please register for the workshop here.
    Plenaries: 5 October (3 hours) and 19 October (1.5 hours) covering 2 different time zones (starting 03.00 & 14.00 UTC).
    Theme Sessions will meet (06-16 October), between Plenaries, at times of their own choosing. Theme Sessions may cover any subject relating to ocean best practices and can be one hour or longer, on multiple days between 06-16 October, as planned by the proposed session lead.
    Theme Sessions already confirmed:
    1. Air-Sea Interaction
    2. Arctic Best Practices
    3. Best Practices in the Ocean Decade
    4. BGC Profile Data
    5. Capacity Development
    6. Coastal Observation for Under-resourced Countries
    7. Data Interoperability
    8. Decision Trees
    9. Deep Sea Observing
    10. eDNA
    11. Environmental Plastics – Citizen Science observations
    12. Fisheries and Aquaculture
    13. Marine Biodiversity
    14. Operational Forecasting
    15. Organisational Co-operation
    16. Policy and Best Practices
    17. Seagrass Monitoring
    18. Time Series Observations and Downstram Data Management
    19. Transparency and Traceability in ocean observing

    We look forward to hearing from you. Please circulate this invitation to colleagues.
    Should you have any questions, please e-mail us at: info@oceanbestpractices.org.
  • OCEANS 2022 Hampton Roads
    17.10.2022 - 20.10.2022
    The OCEANS 2022 Hampton Roads conference is for global maritime professionals to learn, innovate and lead in the protection and utilization of the world’s largest natural resource – our OCEANS. OCEANS 2022 is a hybrid conference. The Technical Program will have both virtual and in person presentations.
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  • The Crustal Ocean Biosphere Research Accelerator (COBRA) - endorsed Decade project
    Project Dates: October 1, 2021 - October 1, 2026
    Remote crustal ocean environments are currently targeted for emergent human uses such as deep-sea mining and carbon sequestration, but there are fundamental knowledge gaps surrounding our understanding of the magnitude of ecosystem services provided by life in crustal ocean habitats as well as their resilience to perturbations. The Crustal Ocean Biosphere Research Accelerator (COBRA) will bring together an international team of interdisciplinary academic and government scientists, private institutions, policy makers, and other stakeholders to coordinate efforts to achieve objectives of mutual benefit that will catalyze new knowledge and inform decision making related to the crustal ocean biosphere. In parallel, this endeavor will train the next generation of leaders in ocean exploration, science, and policy through innovative virtual expedition leadership training programs that promote team science collaboration, diversity, equity, and inclusivity.
    More details
    Lead Contact: Beth Orcutt, borcutt@bigelow.org
  • 2022 International Year of the Salmon Pan-Pacific Winter High Seas Expedition
    1 January 2022 18:00 - 31 December 2022 18:00 NZDT (владивостокское время: 1 января 2022, 15:00 - 31 декабря 2022, 15:00)
    The NPAFC and PICES are convening a consortium of intergovernmental organizations, NGOs, academic, Indigenous, and private sector partners to design, test, and implement a collaborative international ocean intelligence system to rapidly assess the impact of a changing ocean on coastal socio-ecological systems using salmon as an exemplar. This intelligence system will utilize partnerships, innovative monitoring, data mobilization and analytical methods to provide timely knowledge and advice to decision-makers about the effects of climate on ocean basin conditions and coastal socio-ecological systems. This system will inform decisions on fisheries management, fisheries compliance, food security, ecological restoration, and much more. The NPAFC and PICES submitted a concept proposal for this program known as BECI (Basin-Scale Events to Coastal Impacts) to the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development in early 2021, with the goal of developing a new intelligence system over the period of the Ocean Decade (2021–2030).
    In a major effort to fill our gaps in knowledge of the ocean phase of the salmon life cycle, as many as five research vessels will go out to sea in late winter 2022 to conduct the largest ever pan-Pacific, epipelagic ecosystem survey during winter, focused on understanding salmon and their ecosystems. The 2022 Expedition will involve a full ecosystem survey with pelagic trawling and detailed sampling of marine life in the upper ocean and will include research on physical, biological and chemical oceanography. There will also be a gillnet vessel deployed in the Gulf of Alaska, alongside the ships that will be trawling, to test the catch efficiency of different gear types. Novel technologies such as gliders, environmental DNA and genetic stock identification will be used to enhance research efforts. The 2022 Expedition will bring together scientists from Canada, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United States — the five member countries of the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission (NPAFC) — to build on research from the 2019 & 2020 International Gulf of Alaska Expeditions.
    Discover more: https://yearofthesalmon.org/2022expedition/
  • It's Action Time!
    Call for Decade Actions No. 03/2022 is open.
    The vision of the Ocean Decade is ‘the science we need for the ocean we want’. The Ocean Decade provides a convening framework for diverse sectors from around the world co-design and co-deliver the scientific knowledge and the partnerships needed to achieve a better understanding of the ocean system, and deliver science-based solutions to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
    To achieve the Ocean Decade vision, a wide range of partners will implement endorsed Decade Actions in the form of programmes, projects or activities over the next ten years.
    You are invited to contribute to that vision by requesting endorsement for transformative Decade Actions via Call for Decade Actions No. 03/2022.
    Please note that to access the Call documentation and submit your Action you will need to be a member of the Ocean Decade Global Stakeholder Forum. We encourage you to join the Forum as soon as possible!
    Submit your Action via our Global Stakeholder Forum
    This Call for Decade Actions No. 03/2022, which is the third of a series that will be launched every 6 months as part of the Ocean Decade, focuses specifically on:
    Decade Programmes
    The Call focuses on programmes contributing to Ocean Decade Challenge 3 – Sustainable Blue Food and Challenge 4 – Sustainable Ocean Economy. Programmes that contribute primarily to other Ocean Decade Challenges will be able to complete an ‘Expression of Interest’ form and will be advised on their suitability to submit a proposal to the current Call.
    Decade Projects
    The Call is soliciting initiatives that respond to one of the following:
    Have synergies with one of the 16 endorsed Decade Programmes that have indicated that they are ready to solicit projects under the current Call - please see the Guidance Note for Applicants for the full list.
    Target projects focused on Africa and Pacific Small Island Developing States (SIDS).
    Decade Contributions
    In-kind or financial resources to support Ocean Decade coordination or Action costs are welcomed on a rolling basis.
    Each part of the Call has its own submission form and deadlines so please read the documentation carefully!
    Submit your Action via our Global Stakeholder Forum
    Need More Information?
    All applicants are strongly encouraged to consult the Call documentation which is posted here.
  • Do you want to get involved in the Ocean Decade and play a key role within our global community? We are seeking candidates to join the new Ocean Decade Expert Roster!
    The United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development 2021-2030 (‘Ocean Decade’) has launched a call for experts to join a new roster to assist the Decade Coordination Unit and IOC-UNESCO Secretariat with strategic, technical and review processes.
    The Ocean Decade Expert Roster will have the three following roles: (i) input to strategic ambition and target setting for the Ocean Decade Challenges; (ii) input to the technical review of Decade programme and project submissions to inform the deliberations of the Ocean Decade Advisory Board, and the decisions on endorsement by the IOC Executive Secretary; and (iii) input to Decade review processes, including the State of the Decade reports and discussions during the Ocean Decade Conference series.
    Registration is via self-nomination on a rolling basis. Registered individuals will be invited periodically to review and scoping processes. Once registered on the Expert Roster, they will be invited to participate in different activities and discussions around the three above mentioned roles throughout the life of the Ocean Decade. Expertise sought should align with the 10 Decade Challenges, as well as with co-design, partnership building and capacity development. Registration from SIDS, LDCs, Early Career Ocean Professionals and women are particularly encouraged.
    For more information, please check the Terms of Reference for the Expert Roster here. You can also email us at oceandecade@unesco.org.
    Interested individuals who would like to participate in the Expert Roster are kindly asked to join the Global Stakeholder Forum and access the online form in the take action section.
    Please note that membership of the Expert Roster is on a voluntary basis and will not be remunerated.
  • 27th session of ISA (International Seabed Authority)
    The 27th session of ISA will take place in-person in Kingston, Jamaica, and starts on March 21st. As per the roadmap endorsed by the members of the Council at its meetings in December 2021, the 27th session of the ISA Council will exceptionally comprise three parts. The first part will include the fourth meeting of the open-ended informal working group on developing a financial and payment mechanism. It will also include the first meetings of the three informal groups established by the ISA Council in February 2020 to discuss i) the protection and preservation of the marine environment, ii) inspection, compliance and enforcement and iii) institutional matters.
    Part I of the 27th session of ISA

    • Legal and technical Commission: 14-18 March 2022
    • ISA Council: 21 March - 1 April 2022
    Here is the indicative program of work.
    The meetings of the Council will be streamed online, and in all official languages of the Authority. Watching the discussions can be a good opportunity for those who wish to be more involved in the future, and maybe attending in person, to understand and get to know the dynamics of the discussions.
    Part II of the 27th session of ISA
    • Legal and technical Commission: 4-15 July 2022
    • Finance Committee: 13-15 July 2021
    • ISA Council: 18-29 July 2022
    • ISA Assembly: 1-5 August 2022
    Part III of the 27th session of ISA
    • ISA Council: 31 October - 11 November 2022
    More details
  • Ocean Uprise
    Parley’s creative activist community – created by youth, for youth – where passionate young leaders from around the world come together to learn, connect and take action to protect the oceans.
    More details
  • Generation Ocean starts today!
    Join the global movement to grow awareness, build knowledge and drive action to restore, protect and live better with the ocean. Today, we are launching a new global movement to build and strengthen knowledge to take action for the ocean we urgently need to save. Today, we are launching Generation Ocean (GenOcean).
    Whether we live inland or by the sea, the ocean is essential to life and livelihoods; it is humanity’s most constant and loyal supporter. Its waters connect us to one another, and its influence on our lives can be felt on a daily basis.
    However, due to human activity, the ocean is under stress, and we have reached a decisive moment in our capacity to get it back on track.
    Every generation has a part to play.
    Whoever you are, wherever you’re from, no matter what age, we are all GenOcean.
    Core principles
    - Mobilising
    GenOcean will mobilise people from around the world and from different backgrounds to restore and protect the ocean.
    - Science-based
    GenOcean is rooted in knowledge and the scientific research of the UN Ocean Decade (2021-2030), aiming to bring science closer to people.
    - People-led
    The campaign will feature stories of people from around the world who are connected to various ocean issues and the ways in which they are using knowledge to take action.
    - Inspiring
    Communicating that restoring and protecting the ocean is everyone's responsibility, with people-led stories serving as inspiration for audiences to draw upon and use knowledge to take action.
    Website: www.genocean.org
  • Announcing the DOSI Task Force for the Conservation of Deep-Ocean Biodiversity
    We are excited to invite all who are interested to reach out about joining our new Task Force for the Conservation of Deep-Ocean Biodiversity.
    The focus of this Task Force is the conservation of biodiversity and identification of nature-based solutions to the biodiversity crisis. DOSI has the expertise to provide deep-sea science that specifically guides conservation decision-making. Our Task Force will seek to proactively address and communicate the science directly relevant to conservation issues, such as that of biodiversity conservation or designing effective MPAs.
    Since integrity of biodiversity is a core element of every DOSI Working Group, this Task Force can incorporate knowledge, conservation issues and solutions across Working Groups into broadly applicable actions that can then be modified as needed by individual Working Groups (e.g. design and implementation of protected areas). To achieve integration across Working Groups, the Task Force will also establish a liaison from each Working Group who will maintain a two-way exchange of knowledge and expertise.
    Some talking points for the Task Force are:
    - Knowledge is limited but should not limit stewardship
    - The deep sea supports the health of our planet
    - The deep sea is connected to the surface and the coasts
    - The deep sea is being impacted by human activities
    - Spatial protection and management are needed, such as 3D highly-protected large-scale MPAs that are climate smart
    - Capacity transfer is urgently needed to address scientific and policy-related knowledge inequities to achieve global impact and effect transformative change.
    Would you like to join the discussion? If so, please contact us here. An update and first steps for the Task Force will be circulated the week of January 31st to those who join.
    As always, thank you for your support of deep-sea science and stewardship.
  • Ocean Stewardship Fund 2022 - MSC | Fishery
    The Ocean Stewardship Fund aims to increase the number of sustainable fisheries worldwide. We are accelerating progress by funding innovative research and supporting fisheries at all stages on the path to sustainability. To continue this trend toward more sustainable fisheries and seafood, we have committed 5% of all royalties from MSC certified product sales to the Ocean Stewardship Fund.
    This year, over £1 million in grants are available for fisheries at all stages on their path to sustainability.
    More details
  • Coastal Ecosystem and Community Resilience (COP)
    The Coastal Ecosystems & Communities Resilience (COP 8) is a community of practice under the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development an open space in which debate and exchange best practices about the coastal areas around the world.
    The Community is a volunteering group in which discuss about specific items. All the interested in the Community must be subscribed in the COP8 as endorsed action at the Stakeholder Global Forum website.
    The area of work of the COP8
    1. Human interaction and connectivity
    2. Coastal area fragmentation by the socio-economical, environmental point of view as well as in term of knowledges and best practices.
    3. Engagement of society
    Several keywords have been identified by members as core of the working group of the COP8. The keywords have been clustered as follow:
    1. Engagement and Community: engagement to develop fit-for purpose science, Community engagement, proximity, support synergy, stakeholder engagement
    2. Culture, Awareness and Territory: Cultural heritage, perception and interaction with coastal ocean, archeology, dissemination, history
    3. Ocean, Ecosystems and Resilience: Ecosystem health, Ecosystem functioning, coastal ocean, climate change, estuaries, key habitats, wetland conservation link nature and resilience, land-sea connectivity, resilience, knowledge of coastal ocean, human and coastal health, clean ocean
    4. Socioeconomic and Governance: Sustainable blue growth, usage of new science-based information products for the coasts, socioeconomics, circular and sustainable, marine spatial planning, social and build environment, best practices in coastal area, capacity building
    Join the group to read the feed
  • Big news from the EARLY CAREER OCEAN PROFESSIONALS (ECOP) Programme
    We now have over 1000 ECOPs in our network! If you're not on the list and would like to be - all you need to do is subscribe to our newsletter and you will be added: Subscribe here.
    Did you receive July's newsletter? It's full of ECOP related news, events and opportunities... including the announcement of the new National Node in Japan.
    Just in case you missed it, here's a link: July newsletter. The next one will be released in the last week of August, so make sure to subscribe!
    Don't forget to check out our many updates on our website too.
  • ISA launches pioneering new report on the status of women scientists from LDCs, LLDCs and SIDS in deep-sea research
    09 August 2022
    The International Seabed Authority (ISA) launched a pioneering report, “Empowering Women from LDCs, LLDCs and SIDS in Deep-Sea Research,” on 30 June at the United Nations Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal. The report provides detailed information resulting from the first ever gender mapping undertaken in the field of deep-sea research and related disciplines.
    More details
    Download the report
  • ECOP Programme Newsletter
    Each month we share the latest news, opportunities and events associated with the ECOP (Early Career Ocean Professionals) Programme or those that may be of interest to ECOPs. Don't miss out!
    Sign up to the ECOP newsletter here.
    Read the full May newsletter here.
  • План действий по развитию науки об океане в интересах сохранения морского всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО, подготовленный в контексте проведения Десятилетия Организации Объединенных Наций, посвященного науке об океане в интересах устойчивого развития (2021-2030 гг.)
    Согласно прогнозу МСОП в отношении всемирного наследия за 2020 г., около 70% морских объектов всемирного наследия в настоящее время находятся под угрозой в связи с изменением климата.
    В настоящем плане действий представлена ключевая информация для оценки уязвимости к изменению климата, в том числе об использовании целевых научных исследований в поддержку деятельности по сохранению объектов и управлению ими. В нем также отмечаются существующие пробелы в научном потенциале и инфраструктуре, в том числе в области сбора и интерпретации данных. Наконец, в нем рассматриваются вопросы технологий и потенциала, необходимых для практических действий, а также вопросы устойчивого финансирования и ресурсов, требуемых для поддержки соответствующих научных исследований.
  • The Secretariat of the International Seabed Authority (ISA) shared on Friday 1 October 2021 with all its Members and Observers the indicative programme of work and the information note on matters for consideration by the ISA Council during the resumed 26th session scheduled to take place on 6-10 December 2021.
    The revised agenda, the indicative programme of work, the information notes and all official documents prepared for the upcoming meetings have been placed on the ISA website.
  • Ocean Decade Arctic Action Plan represents the first Ocean Decade regional plan and is expected to be reviewed and updated several times over the coming years.
  • В этом месяце журнал UNESCO Courier отмечает старт Декады наук об океане специальным выпуском, посвящённым знаниям о морской среде и о связанных с ней вызовах. В нём представлены также решения, применяемые для защиты морских ресурсов.
    Здесь можно скачать последний выпуск журнала.
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