Outreach
Bringing the Ocean to Society
6 Apr 2020
Are you passionate about the Arctic Ocean?
We are looking for ocean lovers - in particular, the Arctic ones - to join the Youth4Ocean Forum.

The European Ocean Coalition (EU4Ocean) connects diverse organisations, projects and people that contribute to ocean literacy and the sustainable management of the ocean.

Interviews are being carried to create the Youth4Ocean Forum, as part of the EU4Ocean Coalition. Interviews candidates come from all over Europe, but Arctic passionate and expert are still missing!

If you are between 16 and 30 years old and passionate about the Arctic Ocean, take part in the interview to develop the Youth4Ocean Forum. Your opinion is needed!

The Youth4Ocean Forum will allow young people to be inspired by their peers, showcase their projects and amplify their impacts, and contribute to finding solutions to climate change, food security and social changes. It will be created for the Youth, with the Youth; with the interviews serving to understand the needs of young Europeans.

Find more information at http://europa.eu/!FR64cV

EU4Ocean is a DG MARE initiative aiming at uniting the voice of Europeans regarding ocean literacy and the sustainable management of the ocean.

EurOcean is part of the consortium chosen by DGMARE for implementing EU4Ocean, together with Seascape Belgium (Secretariat of the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) and the European Atlas of the Seas (EAS), the European Marine Board (EMB), Nausicaá-National Sea Centre (France; EurOcean Member), the World Ocean Network (WON), Ciência Viva (Portugal), the European Marine Science Educators Association (EMSEA), Ecologic Institute (Germany), S.Pro (Secretariat of Submariner Network; EurOcean Member), MARE Nostrum (Romania), European Schoolnet, and Farah Yasmin Obaidullah (the Netherlands, freelance campaigner, founder & director of Women4Oceans, and lead by ACTeon.

EurOcean’s role is to support the communication activities of the project and enhancing connections across Europe through its network. 

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