Working with the aquaculture sector to prevent marine litter from entering the sea
In AQUA-LIT we want our results to be used by more stakeholders than those from our 3 sea basin focus. That's why we studied the aquaculture context of the outermost regions of the Azores and Canary Islands, and of the Portuguese Atlantic. Based on their context, we focused our transferring of knowledge into actions and recommendations that apply to their particular state of aquaculture production.
On the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, EMFF hosted the final meeting with AQUA-LIT, Blue Net, Net Tag, marGnet and Ocean nets. And what better way to celebrate both things, than by having all coordinators being women!
If you want to read how the event went visit: https://aqua-lit.eu/news/60/final-meeting-with-sister-marine-litter-projects
AQUA-LIT will present in the Marine Litter session its work carried out so far with the aquaculture sector, and will give a preview of the upcoming toolbox!
If you are intrigued and would like to be of the first one's in checking it out, then don't miss this opportunity!
Register at bit.ly/2UGxKFr
The European Maritime Day (EMD), a conference and expo where ‘Ocean Leaders Meet’ will be held next May 14-15th, 2020 in Cork Ireland and AQUA-LIT will participate on both days!
Don't miss our workshop on May 14th where we will solve a marine pollution mystery!
You can read more about it here:
We will further take part of EASME's workshop “Innovative EMFF projects for a sustainable blue economy”.
Don't miss it, see you soon!