The NAUTILOS project, in collaboration with the Ocean Race Grand Finale, hosted a dynamic Policy Round Table on June 27th in Genova, centered around the topic of NAUTILOS project’s second policy brief, titled “Supporting Ocean Observations to Address Climate Change“. The event underscored the critical importance of cooperation, citizen engagement and ongoing commitment to ocean observation in the context of a changing climate. Experts, policymakers and stakeholders came together to explore the pivotal role of informed decision-making, knowledge sharing and innovative technologies in achieving collective success.
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EurOcean as a partner of Nautilos Project, was a co-organizer of the Policy Round Table.