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BlueMissionBANOS: 2nd Mission Arena in Riga, Latvia

This Mission Arena will focus on regional actors in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland and East Sweden. The key stakeholders in this Arena will be Mission Ocean-relevant actors who will have the opportunity to engage with current and future actions in this region.

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Location: Riga

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Target: National contact points, Participants

Themes: Healthy oceans, seas, coastal and inland waters, Missions in HE, Pillar 2

The Blue Mission Arena 2will take place in Riga, Latvia on 25-26 April 2024, back-to-back with the 2024 Ministerial Meeting on the Baltic Sea Marine Environment.

This Mission Arena will focus on regional actors in the Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland and East Sweden. The key stakeholders in this Arena will be Mission Ocean-relevant actors who will have the opportunity to engage with current and future actions in this region. Over the course of two days, the organizers aim to showcase progress, discuss open needs, and plan the next steps to transform this region’s blue economy to be more carbon-neutral, environmentally friendly, and circular. All participants will then have the chance to vote on the Roadmap towards Mission Ocean and Water’s success for this region at the final Mission Assembly.

In this Arena, the focus will not be only on the Baltic Sea as such but also cover ‘Blue on Land’, i.e., lakes, rivers and wastewater. Topics include fishery & aquaculture, shipping and ports, nutrients and pollution leakage to the ocean and waters, waterborne transport, nature protection and restoration, sustainable products, and all actions required to transform these sectors.

You can find more information and register on the event page.

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The event is organized by organized by BlueMissionBANOS, inspiring, engaging and supporting stakeholders across the Baltic and North Sea to reach a carbon-neutral & circular blue economy