The complexity of the current context of biodiversity conservation requires new and improved scientific support to all policymakers. This is why there is a need for pivotal research initiatives such as the Knowledge Centre for Biodiversity and Blue-Cloud.
The European Commission's Mission Starfish 2030 and the Blue-Cloud project set important strategies and goals to restore our oceans and create a more sustainable ecosystem by 2030.
We are launching an online consultation on the Blue-Cloud Roadmap to 2030! Join us in shaping the future of the Blue-Cloud, an open, web-based cyberspace where marine researchers and innovators will come together to share data and advance Ocean knowledge through collective intelligence.
The Blue-Cloud consortium is thrilled to announce that two of our articles were published in the latest issue of ERCIM News, with a special focus on Blue Growth. An overview of the Blue-Cloud project and an article on the Fisheries demonstrator "Fish, a matter of scales".
Get to know the Blue-Cloud demonstrator “Plankton Genomics” led by EMBL-EBI, in collaboration with VLIZ and the Faculty of Sciences at Sorbonne University. How will it change the landscape for this area of marine research?
The Horizon 2020 project Blue-Cloud has a strategic role in the EU Green Deal context as it provides innovative services for Marine Research towards building a resilient and efficient Blue Economy. Its importance has also been recognised also at the Research & Innovation Days.
The European Commission adopted its first-ever Strategic Foresight Report, aiming to identify emerging challenges and opportunities to better steer the European Union’s strategic choices. Let's discover why the report is relevant to Blue-Cloud.
EU missions aim to deliver solutions to some of our greatest societal challenges, such as cancer, adaptation to climate change, healthy oceans, climate-neutral cities and healthy soil and food. You can vote for Blue-Cloud's proposal until 14 September 2020.
Sustainable development of aquaculture: EU consultation on new guidelines & Blue-Cloud webinar on aquaculture demonstrator
The farming of fish and seafood, also known as aquaculture, in the EU has been subject to a set of EU-wide strategic guidelines, which set out standard priorities and targets to ensure the sector is run and developed sustainably. The EC has launched a public consultation about the new guidelines to be implemented late 2020.
Blue-Cloud partners CNR and CINECA activated a new collaboration aimed at extending the D4Science infrastructure with a computational site hosted at CINECA.
The European Commission and the European External Action Service have launched a targeted consultation to assess development needs and options for the EU’s International Ocean Governance agenda. Have your say until 15 October 2020!
Sustainability and security of seafood systems are extremely relevant issues for policy-makers, especially in coastal areas which heavily depend on fishing in terms of sustenance and economy. The demonstrator “Aquaculture Monitor” shows how Blue-Cloud services can support data-related aspects of the monitoring of marine cage aquaculture.