European Researchers’ Night: Threats to our oceans – a global issue
EUROPEAN RESEARCHERS’ NIGHT: THREATS TO OUR OCEANS – A GLOBAL ISSUE
FORSKARFREDAG – NUIT EUROPÉENNE DES CHERCHEURS
Follow the round-table discussion with 4 Nordic researchers to explore the topic of “Threats to our oceans – A global issue!”
The French Institutes Nordic Award (FINA) webinar
– Welcome words
– Presentation of each participant of the round-table and the scientific mobility in Brest
– Round-table discussion
– Wrap up of the event
FINA aims to promote cultural and scientific cooperation between France and the Nordic countries and to reward the outstanding achievements of young researchers in this field. The topic for the year 2022 is “Oceans“, while France held the One Ocean Summit in Brest, demonstrating its ambition to reaffirm and promote its maritime strategy. France and Nordic countries are resolutely turned towards the sea and carry ambitious programs for the preservation of the marine environment, the sustainable exploitation of ocean resources and concerted maritime spatial planning. In this context, FINA wishes to extend its commitment to marine research and promote the work of young Nordic researchers for the oceans. Four laureates from each country were awarded a mobility trip to Brest to discover French marine scientific research and meet peers.
– Asal Peydaei, Department of Environmental Archaeology and Materials Science, National museum of Denmark; Plastic pollution,
– Rami El-Dairi, Marine Research Center; Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE); Underwater noise pollution; Microplastic pollution
– Apostolos Tsiouvalas, The Norwegian Center for the Law of the Sea, University of Tromsø; Environmental threats
– Anna Lunde Hermansson, Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology; Shipping emissions
When and how?
– On Thursday, September 29th, 2022 from 3:30 P.M (GMT +2) to 4:50 (GMT +2)
– The webinar will be in English
– The registration is mandatory : https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jWrhRQBMQNK_7zqHyHfvTQ
A word about the organizers
The webinar is organized by the 4 scientific departments of the French Institutes of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.
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