The Italian National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics - OGS is announcing, within the framework of the Libya Rebuild project, five calls for international experts in the following fields.

The first Ministerial Conference on Research and Innovation of the Union for the Mediterranean was held on the 27th of July. Research and Innovation Ministers from the 42 countries of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) met for the first time to discuss ways to promote scientific cooperation on climate change, renewable energy and health

Central European Initiative - CEI co-funded project CREATE invites you to its kick-off event: Climate, Hunger, Conflicts, migrations: turning four problems into a solution with Grammenos Mastrojeni, Senior Deputy Secretary-General of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM)

The participation is open, but registration is compulsory at this link: https://lnkd.in/eqxhTn38 

The Blue Skills initiative won the WestMED project award last year, and part of the prize was the production of a video and a project fiche, which is also available on the WestMED platform among the other winning project

Watch the video and the fiche hereafter!

The 2022 edition of the European Maritime Day, the annual two-day event during which Europe’s maritime community meet to network, discuss and outline joint action on maritime affairs and sustainable blue economy,took place in Ravenna on 19 and 20 May.

Codeway - Cooperation Development Expo, the first trade fair dedicated to international cooperation, will take place in Rome from 18th to 20th May

The event is conceived as a gathering opportunity between public actors, NGOs and companies in order to promote opportunities and solutions for tackling crucial new challenges that are essential for achieving Sustainable Development Goals.

The Pilot Action - Fishery within the framework of the Rebuild Project is now launching a Call for Local Experts aiming at making available a comprehensive traceability system for the supply chain in the fishery sector in order to ease the commercialization of fish at local and international markets. 

The call for the 2022 edition of the Summer School organized by the OGS is now open!

This year, the Summer School will focus on the Copernicus Marine Services as a supporting tool to foster Sustainable Blue Economy. The future of humanity depends on Ocean’s health and on our ability to monitor it. To make good decisions, the process from data to decision is fundamental, and Copernicus is one of the tools which can be used.

The Summer School will take place in Trieste, on 2-8 July 2022.

The project BlueSkills, led by the Italian National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics - OGS, was ranked 1st in the category "Skill Development and Circulation" and was also the overall winner of this edition of the WestMED Project Awards.

The project was presented by Dr. Mounir Ghribi, Director of International Cooperation of OGS.