Blue Society Concept
Towards a Blue Society
We are today at a crossroads, where we realize that our society model is close to reaching its limits. We gradually understand the finitude of our world and our Ocean in terms of space but also on the amount of natural and non-natural resources available. We need to scientifically know and understand the Ocean in order to use it and preserve it at the same time. It's Possible!

Sea for Society project summary

02 Dec 2014
The Sea For Society project (SFS) was invited to participate at the CLORA’s InfoDay on Science in Society on November 27th, Brussels, Belgium. [+]
02 Dec 2014
Sea For Society, through its partner Marine Institute, recently took part in the Galway Science and Technology Festival promoting the project and Ireland’s marine resource. [+]
02 Dec 2014
The Sea For Society project’s Blue Society vision and the results from the Consultation phase, heading towards the Mobilization activities, were presented at the 2nd International Ocean Research Conference (IORC). [+]
24 Nov 2014
More than 300 students visited the Marine Institute during the open day for transition year students, integrated in the Galway Science & Technology Festival, and watched a Sea For Society video, raising their awareness on Ocean issues and the project. [+]
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