Southern European Seas
Clean Seas by 2020
Policy-oriented marine Environmental Research for the Southern European Seas (PERSEUS) is a research project that assesses the dual impact of human activity and natural pressures on the Mediterranean and Black Seas. PERSEUS merges natural and socio-economic sciences to predict the long-term effects of these pressures on marine ecosystems. The project aims to design an effective and innovative research governance framework, which will provide the basis for policymakers to turn back the tide on marine life degradation.
- 29 - 30 May 2014: RInES Conference: “Research and Innovation in the service of Economy and Society EU Neighbourhood and the Black Sea region”, Thessaloniki, Greece
Flagship Event of the Hellenic Presidency of the EU Council
The 1st International Congress on Green Infrastructure and Sustainable Societies / Cities (GreInSus) will be held in Izmir Turkey during May 08 - 10, 2014. This event aims to gather researchers from the entire spectrum of the multi-disciplinary fields of environmental science and technology with a special emphasis on “sustainable societies and cities”.
PERSEUS has a very close collaboration with UNEP/MAP and as as a follow-up to UNEP/DEPI/MED WG 390/4-Decision, the Secretariat of the Barcelona Convention aims to ensure relevant scientific input into the development of the Mediterranean common indicators. These will be the basis of an Integrated Monitoring and Assessment Programme to be agreed on by the Contracting
During the week 7-11 April 2014 NIMRD “Grigore Antipa“ Constanta opened its doors and was visited by young...MORE16.04.2014
A few weeks ago, a designated web page was set up to gather information on the contribution of Mediterranean marine...MORE07.04.2014
The PERSMED cruise (PERSEUS Work package 2 – Pressures and impacts at coastal level) started on 1 April 2014...MORE