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Space Opportunities for Climate Challenges: Marine Environment – Webinar

13th January 2021 - 16.00-17.00

The Space for Climate initiative offers a one-stop-shop networking platform to find relevant information, news, events, calls, partners and customers for space applications related to climate.

In this monthly webinar series, Eurisy and dotSpace bring together research, government and industry experts to talk about their innovative solutions and funding opportunities. This highly multidisciplinary initiative also provides an open networking and knowledge sharing platform where space & non-space peers can exchange ideas, discover opportunities and meet people to help improve their activities (business, decision-making, legal, research, education, etc.).

Why attend?
Learn about the latest innovative ideas from leading research institutions and universities in Europe;
Scout for funding opportunities and open calls from European and national entities;
Find partners for joint innovation, collaboration and consortium forming.

Marine Environment
This second webinar on 13 January 2021 will address the topic of Marine Environment. After the Eurisy and DotSpace hosts have covered relevant news and activities, the panel of speakers will represent the different angles of the triple helix model (business, government, research):

Adriana Maria Constantinescu, PhD Scientific Researcher in Marine Geology at the Romanian Institute for Marine Geology and GeoEcology – , will talk about environmental and climate change in the Danube-Black Sea interaction zone;
Daniela Iasillo, Technical Manager at , will present their work within the framework of Marine-EO, the first Earth Observation Pre-Commercial Procurement, implementing two different systems to monitor marine hot spots and aquaculture settlements;
Jonathan Williams CEO at – a nonprofit industry association and member of the BlueTech Cluster Alliance – will present the project;
Linda Van Duivenbode will cover funding and innovation opportunities, e.g. the open call “” launched by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT);
Finally, we provide the opportunity for 1 minute pitches. The recent Copernicus Masters Overall Winner 2020 will deliver such a pitch.

Share your ideas in a one-minute pitch
Do you have an interesting story related to the topic? Are you an expert in this field and want to share your expertise? Do you have a product or service in this field that would be of interest to the community? Are you looking for consortium partners for a Green Deal call? Are you looking for people or organisations for your research project? As part of this webinar we want to give YOU the floor. In a one-minute pitch we give you a minute to present yourself to the webinar participants. Go to the registration page for more info.


Victoria May-Chamberlain
Team Administrator
Vicky is a great multi-tasker who is working in the Centre of Excellence to oversee the operations and events, coordinate with our stakeholders and engage in planning as required.