Results for Tag: Future Seas

Full Metal Aquatic - A Future Seas Thriller recording

The interactive action thriller ‘Full Metal Aquatic’ was performed online on February 1st and 2nd 2022 to celebrate the launch of the Future Seas Project and to showcase the upcoming Future Seas special issue in the journal Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. ‘Full Metal Aquatic’, written by David Finnigan and Jordan Prosser in collaboration […]

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Full Metal Aquatic - A Future Seas Thriller

The interactive action thriller ‘Full Metal Aquatic’ was performed online on February 1st and 2nd 2022 to celebrate the launch of the Future Seas Project and to showcase the upcoming Future Seas special issue in the journal Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. ‘Full Metal Aquatic’, written by David Finnigan and Jordan Prosser in collaboration […]

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Blah blah blah? What's at stake in global climate and biodiversity talks

Prof Gretta Pecl and Mibu Fischer were interviewed in this 3CR Radio episode about climate change and the Indigenous perspectives piece on the future of the ocean as part of the Future Seas project. Find episode here.

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Future Seas: What could the ocean look like by 2030 if we used the knowledge we already have?

Presentation by Prof Gretta Pecl at the AMSA conference 2021 about the Future Seas project.

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ABC radio: Interview with Dean Greeno about the role indigenous knowledge plays in observing and reversing climate change

CMS member Dean Greeno was interviewed by ABC radio Hobart about the Future Seas project, the Indigenous Peoples piece, and the importance of empowering the voices and agency of Indigenous Peoples: "What role does Indigenous knowledge play in observing and reversing climate change?" Listen interview here

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Webinar: Community of Ocean Action on Sustainable Blue Economy

Dr Kirsty Nash was an invited speaker at the webinar organised by the United Nations Department for Economic and Social Affairs.  Kirsty presented "Creating a vision to guide development of a sustainable ocean future: the Future Seas 2030 initiative".

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