We are closing the first year of the project and starting the second one. What is the Deep Blue project? Who is it addressed to? What are its goals?
The project team is pleased to release the video presentation of the Deep Blue project giving an overview of the main steps and aims. Please check this out at the link below or in the gallery tab.

The Training-of-trainers on Environmental monitoring techniques to manage the environmental impacts on fisheries and aquaculture has just started. The course takes place in Sfax (Tunisia) from 21 to 26 October and it is addressed to 30 researchers in the field of marine sciences coming from all the Mediterranean Sea basin. The course aims at building a shared advanced scientific knowledge and create a common methodological ground for high skilled experts on Blue Growth in the Western Mediterranean Region in assessing environmental impacts in the marine sector.

The Deep Blue A3 mobility program call for participants is now open until November 15th. The activity is directed to researchers, post-graduate students, young scientists, engineers, and entry-level high skilled professionals.

The Advanced Training: Sea governance and blue growth, Balancing sustainable use and conservation through Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) in the field of fisheries and aquaculture, is just ended. It has been a great networking and advanced learning opportunity for 18 participants coming from marine/maritime private and public bodies. Participants and lecturers tackled the most recent issues connected to Maritime Spatial Planning and its implementation.