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Our framework for pan-European cooperation: launching JPI Oceans’ new strategy

2021.02.05

Our framework for pan-European cooperation: launching JPI Oceans’ new strategy

In an online event on 29 March, JPI Oceans will launch its Strategy Framework 2021-25, present recent developments in its Joint Actions and projects, and discuss contributions to Horizon Europe, the UN Ocean Decade and other initiatives.
Developed with JPI Oceans members and co-created with stakeholders, the new Strategy Framework provides a coherent setting for the coming years for efficient and impactful pan-European research and innovation, in support of healthy and productive seas and ocean. It builds on the previous design, vision and scope of JPI Oceans, while also directing the lens towards external European and international developments that have emerged since the adoption of JPI Oceans’ first research and innovation agenda. 
 
Motivated by previous successes, and capitalising on best practices, the revised strategy defines the thematic space and impact ambitions of JPI Oceans around the three priority areas for a resilient ocean: health, productivity and stewardship & governance. To initiate the move from ambition to implementation the Strategy Framework also outlines a procedure how to establish activities that contribute to our strategic goals and vision. 
 
Join the event and learn more about JPI Oceans’ ambitions for coming years! 
 

Programme: 


14:00 Welcome

Niall McDonough, Chair JPI Oceans Management Board 

14:05 Introduction Strategy Framework
Arvid Hallén, Former Chair JPI Oceans Management Board 
 
14:10 Presentation Strategy Framework
Niall McDonough, Chair JPI Oceans Management Board 
Joachim Harms, Vice Chair JPI Oceans Management Board
Corinne Muscat-Terribile, Vice Chair JPI Oceans Management Board
 

14:50 Q&A

15:00 Pitch presentations JPI Oceans joint actions 

Ongoing successes: 

  • Knowledge hub on integrated assessment of new pollutants,
    Ioanna Katsiadaki, Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS), UK
  • Blue Bio Economy Cofund,
    Kristin Thorud, The Research Council of Norway (RCN)


Coffee break
In the pipeline:

  • Science for Good Environmental Status,
    Patrick Roose, ‎Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS)
  • Underwater noise in the marine environment,
    Angelo Camerlenghi, National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics (OGS), Italy
     
15:50 Complementarity with Horizon Europe partnership “A climate neutral, sustainable and productive Blue Economy” 
Maurice Héral, French National Research Agency (ANR) 
 
16:00 JPI Oceans contribution to the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development
Julian Barbière, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO
Katarina Viik, Ministry of the Environment of the Estonian Republic
 
16:20 Closing message and next steps

Thorsten Kiefer, Executive director JPI Oceans 


Practical details: 

The event will take place on 29 March from 14.00 to 16.30. Participants are welcome to register through the following link


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