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27-29 November 2018, Annual Meeting Blue-Action, Costa da Caparica (PT)¶
The Annual Meeting will take place on 27-28-29 November 2018 in Costa de Caparica, close to Almada (PT)
- Tue 27 November 2018, from 9am to 6pm: Science talks during the entire day. Joint dinner in the evening.
- Wed 28 November 2018, from 9am to 6pm: Full day for the breakout sessions.
- Thu 29 November 2018, from 9am to 12 noon: Plenary session.
Eventbrite ticket: Get your ticket for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blue-action-project-meeting-tickets-49130211786 This ticket is important for us for planning the logistics of the event and communicate to all the participants via Eventbrite.
Location: Hotel Tryp Lisboa Caparica Mar, Av. Gen. Humberto Delgado 47, 2829-506 Costa da Caparica, Portugal
Target audience: Blue-Action community only. This is an internal meeting for coordinating the activities in the work packages and across the work packages for the next 12 months.
Information on block reservation and draft agenda: see this page https://code.mpimet.mpg.de/projects/bg10/wiki/Annual_Meeting_27-29_November_2018_Almada_(PT)
Or go to WIKI> Annual Meeting
22-23 November 2018, YHYS Colloquium Session on Climate Service, Rovaniemi (FI)
Blue-Action representatives: Ilona Mettiainen (AC UoL), convener of the session on climate services, and Øivin Aarnes (DNV GL)
Inputs from the scientists of EU-MACS and MARCO (from FMI) are foreseen for the Session on Climate Services.
More about the event:
25- 26 October 2018, 2nd Arctic Science Ministerial, Berlin (DE)
Several scientists took partin the ASM2 as national representatives for their countries. Some of the colleagues working for Blue-Action attended the ASM2: Denmark was represented by Steffen M. Olsen and Shuting Yang (DMI), Germany by Kathrin Stephen (IASS), Tor Eldevik (UiB) for Norway.
More about the event: https://www.arcticscienceministerial.org/en/index.html
Outcomes of the ASM2: the final, signed statement from ASM2 can be downloaded here. Note that both YOPP and SAON are profiled as concrete actions for collaboration. From the EC, Marie-Anne Coninsx explained how the EC will continue to step up on their engagement in Arctic research.
Blue-Action is on Zenodo!
You will not find the Deliverable documents here below, just the links to the Zeonodo community.
Why? It is part of our sustainability strategy: All materials we publish in Zenodo are open to the world and Zenodo guarantees the availability of our results in the long-term and far beyond the end date of this project. All our reports, dissemination materials and deliverables can be accessed and downloaded from the Zenodo community by anyone. Zenodo is integrated into reporting lines for research funded by the European Commission via OpenAIRE. We are an open community.
Visit our community on Zenodo and access all its documents!
The Blue-Action project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 727852
"Blue-Action: Arctic Impact on Weather and Climate" contributes to the implementation of the Trans-Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance and to the EU's Blue Growth Agenda and its long term strategy to support sustainable growth in the marine and maritime sectors as a whole. Our project is funded by the EU Horizon 2020 Programme and specifically by the Blue-Growth BG-10-2016 call"Impact of Arctic changes on the weather and climate of the Northern Hemisphere". Blue-Action supports the implementation of the Galway and the Belem Statements and the achievement of the SDG8,9,13 Read more about the the project details.
Photo on the upper corner left: courtesy of Kathryn Hansen/NASA