Завершённые мероприятия Декады наук об океане


  • Protect Our Oceans: the challenge of Europe's global leadership. A science-policy conference on the issues of contaminant dispersal, biodiversity loss and climate change.
    Leading scientists from Aix-Marseille University, Europe and beyond, will present their contribution along with stakeholders and EU decision-makers.
    Wednesday, 16 June 2021, from 09.00 AM to 17.30 PM (владивостокское время: 18.00-00.30)
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    The conference will be available in English and French.
  • Thirty-first session of the IOC Assembly (online)
    In the lead up to the 31st Session of the IOC Assembly, the IOC Secretariat is going to organize a series of thematic webinars to update Member States on progress achieved since 2019 across its programmes and projects.
    Held between 31 May and 11 June, these webinars will give IOC Member States, Observers and the larger ocean science and management community an opportunity to gather detailed information on IOC's programmatic activities first-hand from members of the IOC Secretariat and external speakers.
    Watch recordings in English/French/Russian/Spanish
  • For World Ocean Day 2021 (8th June 2021), Song of the Ocean will be performed by a choir of singers and signers – ocean professionals, advocates and enthusiasts – from around the world with the Philharmonia Orchestra. This performance will be premiered on YouTube 8th June 2021 at 1pm UTC (9am EDT / 2pm BST / 3pm CEST / 10pm CST / владивостокское время: 23.00).
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  • 8 JUNE: World Oceans Day
    The Ocean: Life and Livelihoods
    Join us for this year’s UN World Oceans Day annual event as we hear from thought-leaders, celebrities, institutional partners, community voices, entrepreneurs, and cross-industry experts about the biodiversity and economic opportunity that the ocean sustains.
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  • Virtual Early Career Ocean Professional Day (1-2 June 2021)
    The Virtual Early Career Ocean Professional Day (V.ECOP Day) will take place from 1-2 June 2021 as a 24h livestream. It will engage Early Career Ocean Professionals (ECOPs) from all around the world and from a variety of professional disciplines to showcase their ocean related work, activities and contributions to the Ocean Decade. It will also aims to trigger new partnerships, actions and ideas to contribute to the Ocean Decade.
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  • 2021 Theme | WATER RISING: a creative challenge for teens worldwide
    The 10th annual Ocean Awareness Contest is a platform for young people to learn about environmental issues through art-making and creative communication, explore their relationship to a changing world, and become advocates for positive change. Students ages 11-18 from around the world are invited to participate.
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  • MAY-JUNE: The Ocean Race Europe
    The Ocean Race, the world’s toughest test of a team in sport and sailing's greatest round-the-world challenge, will collect vital data about the impact that humans are making on the ocean during its inaugural European Race.
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  • Thirty-first session of the IOC Assembly (online)
    In the lead up to the 31st Session of the IOC Assembly, the IOC Secretariat organized a series of thematic webinars to update Member States on progress achieved since 2019 across its programmes and projects.
    Held between 31 May and 11 June, these webinars gave IOC Member States, Observers and the larger ocean science and management community an opportunity to gather detailed information on IOC's programmatic activities first-hand from members of the IOC Secretariat and external speakers.
    Watch recordings in English/French/Russian/Spanish
  • The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research in partnership with the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO would be delighted to welcome you to the virtual High-Level Launch of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development in Berlin.
    JOIN US FOR THE OFFICIAL VIRTUAL HIGH-LEVEL LAUNCH ON 1 JUNE 2021 FROM 11 AM TO 3 PM (CEST) (владивостокское время: 19.00-23.00)!

    This event will be followed by a series of virtual and hybrid events - the Ocean Decade Laboratories - from July 2021 to mid-2022.
    Make a note of the date and subscribe to our info mail via www.oceandecade-conference.com to receive further details.
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  • Building the Science-Technology-Innovation Interface in the Ocean Decade
    25 MAY 2021, 17:30 - 19:00 CEST (владивостокское время: 26 мая, 01:30 - 03:00)
    Co-organized by IOC-UNESCO and the Schmidt Ocean Institute, in the context of the Virtual Ocean Dialogues 2021 convened by the World Economic Forum, this Deep Dive will provide an opportunity for leaders from diverse sectors to discuss their perspectives on marine innovation and technology in the context of the Ocean Decade.

    • What are the key drivers and incentives to investing in innovation and technology as well as impact-driven solutions for sustainable development for the ocean?
    • What are the barriers and necessary conditions to support and accelerate the uptake of innovation and technology in operations/business?
    • What opportunities can arise from public-private partnerships and the convening framework that the Ocean Decade can offer
  • Thirteenth Intergovernmental Session of the IOC Sub-Commission for the Western Pacific (WESTPAC-XIII)
    April 27, 13:00 pm (владивостокское время: 16.00) - April 29, 16:00 pm (владивостокское время: 19.00)
    The session will bring together national competent governmental agencies and ocean research communities, aiming to strengthen the science-policy interface, advance international ocean science development and cooperation, and enhance institutional capacities, in order to address critical challenges for sustainability in the Western Pacific and its adjacent areas.
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  • Ocean Decade Virtual Series: From the Ocean Science we have, to the one we need
    29 April 2021 | 13h00-14h30 CEST (владивостокское время: 21.00-22.30)

    In December 2020, the Global Ocean Science Report 2020 – Charting Capacity for Ocean Sustainability (GOSR2020) was released. By analyzing the workforce, infrastructures, equipment, funding, investments, publications, data flow and exchange policies, as well as national strategies, the GOSR monitors our capacity to understand the ocean and seize new opportunities. The GOSR2020 provides the baseline information for measuring progress in these areas over the next ten years of the Ocean Decade.
    We are at the start of the Ocean Decade and this webinar provides the occasion to reflect on where we stand in terms of ocean science investment, human and technical capacities, data management, as well as output.
    The objectives of the presentations and discussion are:
    a) to assess current investment and capacity gaps in ocean science and
    b) to identify measures on how to minimize or even close these over the period of the Ocean Decade.
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  • Song of the Ocean
    UNTIL MONDAY APRIL 26th, AT 10:00 AM (GMT) (владивостокское время: 20.00) 2021: Join a global virtual performance for World Ocean Day 2021
    People from all over the world will record themselves singing Song of the Ocean, and share with our Ocean team according to instructions provided below. Our expert team will bring them together in a seamless virtual song to be premiered during the time of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development Kick Off Conference on YouTube, and further promoted on World Ocean Day, 8th June 2021.
    All you need to do is follow these instructions.
  • Deep Ocean Steward Initiative presents
    Webinar: Climate change in the deep ocean: why does it matter?
    April 7, 2021, 03:00 PM London (владивостокское время: 8 апреля 2021 года, 00:00)
    Climate change is altering coastal marine communities at an unprecedented scale and pace. We now know that deep-ocean ecosystems are also being affected. How are they being affected and why is it relevant for humankind? What can be done to reduce the impact? These questions will be central in this webinar and there will be plenty of opportunity for your questions to be answers in a Q&A session moderated by deep-ocean experts Lisa Levin and Moriaki Yasuhara.
    - Introduction - Michelle Guraieb, University of Sydney, Australia
    - How is the deep ocean changing? - Laurent Bopp, Institut Pierre Simon Laplace / Ecole Normale Supérieure, France
    - Consequences for life in the deep - Yoshihisa Shirayama, JAMSTEC, Japan
    - Climate solutions & governance - Cymie Payne, Rutgers University, USA
    - Q&A - moderated by Lisa Levin, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA & Moriaki Yasuhara, Swire Institute of Marine Science, University of Hong Kong
  • 1 апреля 2021 года, 12.00-13.30 CET/UTC +01 (владивостокское время: 21.00-22.30) прошло очередное Виртуальное мероприятие Десятилетия наук об океане -
    "Голубые" продукты: Наука на службе у стабильного будущего.
    Окружающая среда, климат и общество постоянно изменяются. Мероприятие посвящено поиску решений, которые помогут усилить роль океана в обеспечении человечества пищей в этих условиях.
    Главными темами панельной дискуссии станут:

    • ключевые научные знания;
    • точки недостаточного потенциала;
    • обеспечение устойчивого рыболовства и аквакультуры;
    • стимулирование действий, ориентированных на поиск решений.

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  • 25 марта 2021 года Universiti Malaysia Terengganu провёл серию популярных лекций в форме вебинара. Прошли трансляции на Facebook. Подробности - на странице института океанографии https://www.facebook.com/inosumt/
  • Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Of UNESCO |
    H2O21 Water Summit engaged youth globally on WATER
    The H2O21 Water Summit celebrated the start of the Ocean Decade with an international youth convening that focused on participants exploring their relationship with water, re-connecting with it, and learning from one another and a series of keynote speakers from around the globe.
    The event included a story-telling challenge through which youth shared their stories about water. At conclusion, 115 stories were submitted in the form of movies, spoken words, poetries in motion, blog writings and photography. A selection of stories featured on 22 March, during a 1-hour segment on a UN World Water Day, on the MANAVAI - we are water global 24-hour broadcast, which can be watched here.
  • 24 марта 2021 года прошло мероприятие в рамках форума ЮНЕСКО «НАША ПЛАНЕТА, НАШЕ БУДУЩЕЕ». Сессия 2. Океан: преобразование знаний в политику, экономику и гражданские действия.
    СРЕДА, 24 МАРТА, 14:45–15:45 (CET, GMT +1; владивостокское время: 23:45-00:45)
    Миссия Десятилетия наук об океане - «ускорить преобразовательные решения наук об океане в целях устойчивого развития, связывая людей и наш океан».
    Опираясь на опыт различных участников (учёных, СМИ, спортсменов и гражданского общества), на этой сессии мы осветим инновационную деятельность, основанную на научном знании. Особое внимание будет уделяться процессу освоения знаний обществом и их использование для обеспечения более справедливого и стабильного будущего.
    Ссылка для регистрации: https://en.unesco.org/news/unesco-forum-biodiversity
    Максимальное количество участников zoom-конференции - 500. Участники получают доступ в порядке очереди.
    Если у вас нет возможности присоединиться к данной конференции, вы можете подписаться на это мероприятие и общаться с выступающими в Facebook и на YouTube.
  • Обращение Кристиана Риисагера-Симонсена, координатора Виртуального совещания, на котором обсуждался План действий по Арктике:
    Уважаемые участники совещания, убедительно просим вас приглашать новые организации к обсуждению Плана.
    Прошедшая 16 марта встреча и презентация доступны по ссылке: www.oceandecade.dk
    Также уведомляем, что вследствие недоразумения было заявлено, что Министерская встреча по наукам об Арктике (Arctic Science Ministerial, ASM3), назначенная на май, отложена. Это неверная информация: отложен Японский форум по полярному кругу (Arctic Circle Japan Forum), который должен был пройти с 7 по 10 мая. Приносим свои извинения.
  • 16 марта 2021 года с 16:00 до 17:30 (UTC +1; владивостокское время: 17 марта 2021 года, 01.00-02.30) проходило виртуальное совещание с обсуждением проекта Плана действий по Арктике.
    «Рабочая группа по Арктике» под руководством Датского центра морских исследований в настоящее время разрабатывает «План действий по Арктике» в рамках Десятилетия наук об океане. Этот план устанавливает действия и приоритеты для Арктического региона в рамках Десятилетия.
    Первая редакция Плана будет опубликована 13 марта 2021 года. До 11 апреля 2021 года организаторы ожидают предложений и отзывов от представителей научных, правительственных, промышленных и негосударственных организаций, связанных с Арктикой.
    Текст первой редакции Плана действий по Арктике и дополнительная информация: https://www.oceandecade.dk/arctic-workshop
  • 23 октября 2020 года прошло заседание 6-й рабочей группы "Арктический регион".
    Темы заседания:

    • Inequalities in ocean science capacity & capabilities need to be eradicated
    • Improve access to data, knowledge & technology
    • Increase skills & opportunities to engage in data collection, knowledge generation & technological development
    • Increase dissemination of ocean knowledge to stakeholders through products and thus
    • Improve management, innovation & decision-making that will contribute to societal goals of sustainable development

    Опубликовано резюме встречи с изложением аспектов проблем и потребностей в данной области.

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