A presentation on the need to understand the ocean carbon system to validate, monitor, and verify ocean-based carbon dioxide removal (CDR).
A panel on the current trends of investing in radical ocean-based climate innovation.
A panel on the need for worldwide partnerships to accelerate ocean-climate solutions.
Dalhousie's Faculties of Computer Science, Engineering and Science present the fifth annual Women in STEM Networking And Panel Event.
The Ocean Frontier Institute will host a virtual workshop aimed at developing and building consensus on a comprehensive biodiversity strategy.
Highlighting the importance of knowledge as the basis of our actions and policies to ensure protection of our ocean, responsible management of marine resources, and sustainable future economic growth.
A panel discussion featuring Eric Siegel on the integral role of technology in sustainable and profitable business practices for the ocean economy.
A panel discussion featuring Dr. Anya Waite on the need to explore the ocean, learn from it and protect it.
Exploring the challenges and opportunities to move from knowledge to action in marine and coastal ecosystems.
This symposium is a two-day online and in-person meeting of oceanography researchers and students from BIO, Dal, and COVE.
Exploring the the need to invest in ocean observation in order to achieve net zero.
Uniting science and policy leaders to close the gap on climate models and improve global climate policy.
Shipping is vital to Canadian domestic and foreign trade. It also presents risks to Canada’s unique and highly sensitive habitats and species in the marine environment.
Global leaders in science, industry, policy, and philanthropy united to identify priorities and pledge action to solve the next frontier of ocean-climate challenges.
OFI's Social Sciences and Humanities Working Group presents a series of eight "people and the ocean"-focused webinars.
The UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development 2021-2030 presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to deliver scientific knowledge, foster technological innovation, and build capacity to achieve the 2030 Agenda and reverse the decline of ocean health. This will be a truly global effort based on inclusive partnerships flourishing in a global research and innovation ecosystem.