Climate Change & Oceans Preservation
The impact of climate change on the oceans and marine environment poses major challenges. Researchers are sounding the alarm. Even with the most stringent emission reductions, global sea level will rise dramatically, disrupting life on land and in the seas. To meet what is probably the greatest challenge of this century, Belgium is organising the international conference Climate Change and Oceans Preservation in Brussels on Tuesday 19 February 2019. This conference will not only take stock of current issues but will also give countries, sectors and organizations the opportunity to sign the Brussels Declaration and thus reaffirm their commitment to future generations.
|Event location||Egmont Palace Place du Petit Sablon 8, 1000 Brussels|
|Host||H.E. Ms. Marie-Christine Marghem, Minister of Energy and H.E. Mr. Philippe De Backer, Minister for the North Sea|
|See the agenda||https://climateoceans.eu/draft-program|
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Access to the event is strictly limited to registered participants. If you want to attend the conference, please register before January 19th 2019 by via:
More information about the conference and the program is available at https://climateoceans.eu/
Financial support for travel and accommodation costs is available for a limited amount of participants from developing countries.