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Protection of the last frontiers - Why should Sweden be politically engaged in the deep sea and Antarctica?


There are a lot of international conventions, informal and formal legislative "bodies" where Sweden is engaged. In our immediate surroundings we find OSPAR and HELCOM.
BBNJ and CCAMLR are two other "bodies" where Sweden currently contribute. What are they and why has Sweden committed to contribute to this work, far away from the shallow waters surrounding our coastlines? In this seminar I will give a brief overview of the history and current areas of conflicts within BBNJ and CCAMLR.

This talk links Sustainable Development Goal 14 (life below water) with goal 10 (reduced inequalities).

More information about BBNJ and CCAMLR:

Please register before October 11 for free lunch sandwich

Föreläsare: Thomas Dahlgren is engaged in projects studying the impact on the marine environment from industrial activities including deep-sea mining, offshore wind farms, oil and gas exploitation and aquaculture. He is an expert in marine biodiversity with emphasis on bottom living invertebrates. He is an associate professor at The University of Gothenburg.

Datum: 2019-10-15

Tid: 11:50 - 13:00

Kategorier: Miljö

Arrangör: Centre for Sea and Society

Plats: Botanhuset, Carl Skottbergs gata 22 B
Botanhuset, Carl Skottbergs gata 22 B

Sista anmälningsdag: 2019-10-11 kl. 17:00.

Kontaktperson: malin.rosengren

Antal platser: 80 (Varav 20 är bokade)

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