The Future Oceans’ workshops

The Future Oceans’ workshops are a two part series that builds a diverse and interdisciplinary network of early career ocean researchers interested in solutions that contribute to a sustainable ocean.

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"Current and future challenges in ocean sustainability require greater integration across all sectors of society – that includes today's ocean science leaders, as well as tomorrow’s leading experts and practitioners.

The Future Oceans’ workshops are a two part series that builds a diverse and interdisciplinary network of early career ocean researchers interested in solutions that contribute to a sustainable ocean. This workshop is the start of a longer conversation that we hope will grow to include working groups that will focus on initiatives that build their networks, add productive collaborations, and impactful outcomes.

Session #1 - SRI congress on Sunday June 13th at 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM MDT
https://sri2021.us2.pathable.com/meetings/virtual/ZDJpnw6R58DuQXbFA

Session #2 - End of June (to be determined by participants)

SRI 2021 Future Oceans Goals:
1. Seeding a cohort of early career ocean professionals that will continue to work together
2. Identify initiatives to address collectively
3. Write a series of short commentaries on the priorities and perspectives of early career professionals to address the challenges of the UN Ocean Decade
4. Create a media product that will capture the diversity, expertise and energy of Future Ocean’s

Target Participants:
1. International graduate school to early career stage professionals (post-doctoral researchers) working on Ocean Sustainability issues across fields and sectors.
2. Up to 20 selected international participants.

Interested applicants please complete your application by May 30th.
Any questions can be directed to Alfredo Giron Nava (agiron@stanford.edu) and Kirsten Rowell (kirsten.rowell@colorado.edu)."
Application form: 

Flavia Martinelli

Coordinator, Plant-for-the-Planet Brazil // CoalitionWILD

Master in Animal Biology, with a deep interest in biodiversity conservation, restoration and climate change. Current Coordinator of Actions and Partnerships at Plant-for-the-Planet Brazil and voluntary collaborator of CoalitionWILD. In addition, coordinates youth actions within the Global Rewilding Alliance.
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