EMSEA is a partner in the EU4Ocean Coalition which aims to unite the voice of Europeans regarding ocean literacy and the sustainable management of the ocean.
The consortium combines EU-wide activities with actions dedicated to the Arctic Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean (including the North Sea), the Baltic Sea, the Black Sea, the Mediterranean Sea and the global ocean.
The coalition is made up of three components:
EMSEA is managing the Network of European Blue Schools together with Ciencia Viva and is a founding member of the EU4Ocean Platform.
Go to eu-oceanliteracy.eu to become a member of the EU4Ocean web community.
EU4Ocean is a project funded by the European Commission and implemented by a consortium of 12 partners across Europe, which includes: ACTeon (France, coordinator), Seascape Belgium (Secretariat of the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) and the European Atlas of the Seas (EAS), the European Marine Board (EMB), Nausicaá-National Sea Centre (France), the World Ocean Network (WON), Ciência Viva (Portugal), the European Marine Science Educators Association (EMSEA), Ecologic Institute (Germany), the European Centre for Information on Marine Science and Technology (EurOcean), S.Pro (secretariat of Submariners), MARE Nostrum (Romania), European Schoolnet, and Farah Yasmin Obaidullah (the Netherlands, freelance campaigner, founder & director of Women4Oceans