Building Coastal Resilience in Europe
Blue Carbon: Challenges and opportunities to mitigate the climate and biodiversity crises
EMB Annual Report 2022
In 2022, the EMB Secretariat moved to the brand-new InnovOcean campus in Ostend (Belgium), where many valuable interactions and discussions have already taken place. Throughout the year, EMB organised a range of impactful initiatives, such as the CommOCEAN conference, a Brown Bag Lunch, and the launch of three new foresight publications. EMB also took a new turn by launching 'EMBracing the Ocean', an artist-in-residence programme which stimulated collaboration between Ocean scientists and artists, leading to remarkable artworks that reflect the deep connection between art and ocean sciences. To learn more about EMB’s activities and achievements, dive into the EMB's 2022 Annual Report.
Report from foresight workshop on ensuring accurate climate related predictions in Europe in 2035
Ocean oxygen: The role of the Ocean in the oxygen we breathe and the threat of deoxygenation
EMB Future Science Brief No. 10 highlights the most recent science on Ocean oxygen, including causes, impacts and mitigation strategies of Ocean oxygen loss, and whether “every second breath we take comes from the Ocean”. It closes with key policy, management and research recommendations to address Ocean deoxygenation and communicate more accurately about the role of the Ocean in Earth’s oxygen.
EMB attends the EcoScope General Assembly in Cyprus
EurOCEAN 2023 - One Ocean, One Mission, One Decade, One Voice
EMB launches two new publications on Coastal Resilience and Blue Carbon at EurOCEAN 2023 conference
Policy Brief Scoping Workshop at BRIDGE Black Sea General Assembly (Ankara, Turkiye)
EMB Young Ambassadors Training Workshop 2023
On 15-16 June 2023, the EMB Young Ambassadors attended a training workshop in Ostend, Belgium.
ECOP Wednesdays December
06 December 2023
On Wednesday, 6 December 2023, EMB and its Young Ambassadors willl host its 15th ECOP Wednesday series event featuring Ricardo Serrão Santos from the University of the Azores & Portuguese Academy of Sciences. Ricardo will give a talk on the multifaceted relationship between humans and the Ocean "Ocean, society and cultural anachronism". The talk will be followed by an interactive Q&A discussion. The event will held over lunch and will be one hour long, from 12:00 - 13:00. Registration is open via the link below.
Sailing for oxygen - how citizen science can help understand ocean deoxygenation
07 December 2023