The History of the Ocean’s Species and Environments and their Impact on Humanity

The History of the Ocean’s Species and Environments and their Impact on Humanity

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Time:               Thursday 30 June 2022, 5 – 6.30 pm Lisbon Time

Place:              Colégio Almada Negreiros, Campus de Campolide, 1099-085 Lisbon, Portugal

Registration:  https://en.unesco.org/feedback/ocean-conference-public-intersectoriality-workshop

Event Link:      https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/89998691843?pwd=uFJ91Odvfp2_HIw-6VXjulx9hfbece.1
ID: 899 9869 1843
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The UN Ocean Conference “Scaling up ocean action based on science and innovation for the implementation of Goal 14: stocktaking, partnerships and solutions” will be co-hosted by Kenya and Portugal in Lisbon from 27 June to 1 July 2022. The workshop, taking place on the 4th day of the Conference, and hosted by the UNESCO Chair on Ocean History of Lisbon NOVA University, will join partners from different ocean related institutions and organizations worldwide.

It will focus on humanity’s historic relations to the ocean and Ocean Literacy.

Welcome

  • Prof. Cristina Brito, Head of CHAM, Center for the Humanities at NOVA FCSH, Lisbon NOVA University, Portugal
  • Fanny Douvere, Head, UNESCO World Heritage Marine Programme, UNESCO

Keynotes

Moderated by Joao Costa, UNESCO Chair on Ocean History, Lisbon University, Portugal

  • The ocean’s past is to guide its future, Ulrike Guerin, UNESCO

  • The history of ocean environments, Lisbon NOVA University, Portugal
  • Traditional community-based marine conservation on the example of Peru, Kerstin Forsberg, Planeta Océano
  • The history of Climate Change and its impact on humanity, Garry Momber, Maritime Archaeology Trust, UK
  • A new way to build ocean capacities in taking into account cultural contexts, Elizabeth Stephenson, Marine Conservation Action Fund, New England Aquarium, USA
  • Indigenous People, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, and Climate Change: The Iconic Underwater Cultural Heritage of Stone Tidal Weirs, Paul Montgomery, Ireland
  • Marine Education and Ocean Literacy, Yolanda Sanchez, Ocean Leader and Co-founder of RELATO Marine Education Network

Roundtable

Moderated by Joao Costa, UNESCO Chair on Ocean History, Lisbon University, Portugal

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Inviting Partners in the Workshop:

•          UNESCO Chair on Ocean History, Lisbon University, Portugal

•          UNESCO

•          Edinburgh University – Edinburgh Ocean Leaders

•          Planeta Océano

Partners Group:

  1. Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) 
  2. Biosfera 1
  3. Blue Ventures 
  4. CoopeSoliDar R.L 
  5. Early Career Ocean Professional Programme (ECOP)
  6. International Pacific Marine Educators Network (IPMEN) 
  7. GRID-Arendal
  8. I AM WATER
  9. Indigenous People, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, and Climate Change: The Iconic Underwater Cultural Heritage of Stone Tidal Weirs project group
  10. IUCN – International Union for Conservation of Nature
  11. Locally Managed Marine Area Network International 
  12. Marine Conservation Action Fund (MCAF) of the New England Aquarium
  13. Maritime Archaeology Trust
  14. MigraMar
  15. Mision Tiburon 
  16. Mission Blue
  17. National Museum of Kenya
  18. Nausicaá, National Sea Center 
  19. Ocean Decade Heritage Network
  20. Ocean Knowledge Action Network (KAN)
  21. Ocean Policy Research Institute of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation (OPRI-SPF)
  22. Panama – Ministry of the Environment
  23. Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation
  24. Qingdao Marine Conservation Society 
  25. SciDipGLOBAL
  26. SpeSeas
  27. Surfers Against Sewage
  28. The Centre for the Ocean and the Arctic at UiT
  29. The Arctic University of Norway
  30. The Ocean Foundation
  31. The Pacific Community (SPC) 
  32. Universidade Federal de São Paulo
  33. Universidade NOVA de Lisboa
  34. University of South Florida – College of Marine Science
  35. Upwell


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Date And Time

30-06-22 to
30-06-22
 

Location

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