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Free

Event date and time

Tuesday 14 - Friday 17 Feb 2023

Location

Hôtel Château Royal
Noumea, New Caledonia

Coral reef

A workshop to strengthen cooperation between Pacific countries with respect the blue economy and building resilient coastal marine ecosystems through the application of cutting-edge science.



Images: Daniel Gorman 2019

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Dates and Times

Event date: Feb 2023

14 February - 17 February 2023

Hôtel Château Royal

Noumea, New Caledonia
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Contact

Mark Wilson

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Mangroves

The blue economy provides a way to support sustainable development of coastal resources, generate livelihoods, mitigate the effects of climate, and protect life below water (Sustainable Development Goal 14). Coastal ecosystems such as mangroves, seagrass and coral reefs protect coastlines (from storms and waves), store huge amounts of carbon (by sequestering and storing atmospheric CO2), provide local jobs (e.g., through fisheries, aquaculture and ecotourism) and ensure the maintenance of biodiversity and other ecosystem services.

Strengthening Regional Collaboration in the Pacific (SRCP) will create an opportunity to share cutting-edge science and technology, identify knowledge gaps, guide policy, and share best-practise approaches to promote sustainable fisheries and aquaculture to safeguard coastal ecosystem in the Pacific. The symposium will represent a benchmark meeting in regional cooperation and a platform to discuss the novel technical/engineering developments related to marine and coastal issues. Invited speakers will be experts in their respective fields with a depth of knowledge and experience which extends beyond the Pacific to provide lessons and best practise from across the globe.

Organizing Committee

  • Daniel Gorman (CSIRO)
  • Mark Wilson (CSIRO)
  • Guillaume Mitta (IFREMER)
  • Benoît Soulard (IFREMER)

Workshop Agenda

Coming soon.

Workshop Sponsors

CSIRO Ifremer Ambassade de France en Australie