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      • A look back at the 3rd Assembly of the Campus mondial de la mer

      • On 16 December at Océanopolis, the Campus mondial de la mer brought together nearly 150 members of its Finistère marine science and technology community to discuss the challenges of its new 2022-2024 roadmap.
      • A look back at the 3rd Assembly of the Campus mondial de la mer
      • Heading for 2024!

        This 3rd Assembly, after those of 2018 and 2019, focused on the challenges of the new Campus roadmap. After a renewal of the Campus Governance Board at the beginning of 2021, a new roadmap, built collectively, was adopted at the end of 2021, thus setting the course for the years to come.

        This roadmap is based on 3 pillars:

        • Research/business acculturation ;
        • The emergence of projects; and
        • The influence and attractiveness of the territory.

         

        Aperçu de l'offre de service du Campus mondial de la mer

        Some examples of actions carried out, in progress or to come were presented by the Campus team but also directly by the actors composing the community and implementing collective projects: Joy Toupet (Pays de Morlaix) around Blue Valley®, Jean-Marie Chapelier (DGA TN) around the Orion cluster and Tristan Le Guillou de Penanros (Brest métropole) around the hosting in Brest of the European Maritime Days in 2023.

        The service offer for community stakeholders has also been updated (available in French only). It includes the services offered by the Campus mondial de la mer team in terms of networking, events, communication, foresight and training.

        UNESCO committed to ocean protection

        Although he was supposed to be with us in Brest on the occasion of this important event for our community, Vladimir Ryabinin, Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission and Assistant Director-General of UNESCO, was unable to make the trip. However, he was able to send us a video intervention which you will find below.

        We will have the opportunity to meet him again very soon, in Brest, at the One Ocean Summit.

        Ocean Hackathon®: presentation of the 3 winners

        The day before the Assembly, on 15 December, the Ocean Hackathon® international grand final was held at Océanopolis, bringing together the 14 winning teams from each of the cities that had organised a local edition at the beginning of November.

        The Fort-de-France team, with a project on the detection of Sargasso, came out on top. The teams from Cadiz, with a project on maritime routing, and San Francisco, with a project on mangroves as atmospheric carbon storage areas, completed the podium. The three teams were able to present their projects to the community during the Assembly the following day.

        In addition to the prizes offered to the 3 winning teams by the Ocean Hackathon® Ambassadors, the Cadiz team won access to the next Sea Tech Week® which will take place from 26 to 30 September 2022 in Brest and which will have maritime transport as its central theme.

        A big congratulations to all the teams, for the quality of their work, and who sometimes came from far away to present their projects during this Grand Final!

        Snorkelling and observation: climate change as seen by the Inuit

        Just back from an expedition in the Crozet archipelago, Laurent Marie, fireman and freediver from Brest, diver-explorer, spoke about freediving as a tool for self-confidence and confidence in others. He also shared with us his encounters during previous expeditions with the water people, the Inuits, and their vision of climate change. Captivating and inspiring!

        The One Ocean Summit in sight!

        At the end of the Assembly, Olivier Poivre d'Arvor, Ambassador in charge of Poles and Maritime Issues, presented the One Ocean Summit, organised by the State and the first international event dedicated to the preservation of the ocean, particularly the high seas. The Ambassador also encouraged the community to mobilise around the Summit which will take place in Brest from 9 to 11 February 2022.

        Olivier Poivre d’Arvor, Ambassadeur en charge des pôles et des enjeux maritimes, présente le One Ocean Summit

        Thanks to Crédit Agricole Filière mer and Crédit Maritime/BPGO!

        This year, the Assembly was sponsored by Crédit Maritime/BPGO and Crédit Agricole Filière. On stage, Corinne Davaïc, head of the sea and tourism sectors at Crédit Agricole, and Philippe Renaudin, director of the maritime sector at Crédit Maritime, presented the actions carried out by the two institutions, which are strongly involved and committed to the support and development of the blue economy. Many thanks for their support!

        Corinne Davaïc, responsable des filières mer et tourisme au Crédit Agricole, et Philippe Renaudin, directeur de la filière maritime au Crédit Maritime
      • Published on 01/14/2022
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