The Nautilos project is excited to invite you and your colleagues to our upcoming policy round table on Tuesday, June 27th, from 09:15-13:00 CEST at Padiglione Blu Jean Nouvel (Mezzanino) – Waterfront di Levante, ex Fiera del Mare, Via dei Pescatori, 33, Genova GE. This four-hour dialogue will give you the opportunity to help shape the future of ocean observations, and we highly encourage you to register as soon as possible.
To secure your spot, please register for the workshop through our Workshop registration page.
This event will focus on the importance of ocean observation in the context of a changing climate. The speakers will address key questions related to the accuracy and quality of ocean data, prioritization of research and monitoring, filling gaps in understanding, and international cooperation in promoting effective action on climate change. Additionally, there will be discussions about the need for ongoing support for ocean observation and scientific research, closing data and knowledge gaps, striking a balance between action and observation, and the potential implications of neglecting ocean observation efforts. The event aims to promote greater awareness of the importance of ocean observation and scientific research in addressing climate change and encourage collaboration between stakeholders to achieve these goals.
We highly value your participation in this event, and we look forward to your contribution to the dialogue. We hope to see you there!