Sea Scotland 2022 – Register now!
We are delighted to announce that you can now register for Sea Scotland 2022!
Early birds will access the full conference at a discounted rate.
We look forward to seeing you and exploring Scotland’s role in the global ocean debate!
Register here 👉 https://bit.ly/3us46p1
For its 7th edition, the Sea Scotland Conference will take place in-person and online based at The Studio, Glasgow, on 15th and 16th June 2022. The theme for this year is “Scotland’s Place in the Global Ocean” through which we will explore how Scotland’s marine management compares to other maritime nations, and what we can learn from the successes of other nations. We will delve into what needs to happen to make Scotland a global leader in ocean recovery in terms of political ambition, financial investment and practical conservation measures to ensure management of human activity at sea delivers ocean recovery in harmony with a just transition to net zero. We will seek to draw from the experience of others as well as showcase progressive marine conservation efforts developed in Scotland.
Young people, we need you!
Thank you to all those who shared or answered our new survey, which aimed to gather 11-26 yo people’s views on the marine environment and the challenges it faces in Scotland. The survey is now closed, but we’ll be revealing the responses at Sea Scotland 2022 and discussing how we can use this information to help inform future decisions and engagement with young people. Interested? Book your place at Sea Scotland 2022 now! https://bit.ly/3us46p1
What is ‘Sea Scotland’?
Sea Scotland is an annual conference series which has been held since 2016 and aims to bring together the marine community and facilitate debate on critical issues facing the marine environment in Scotland. It is co-ordinated by a Steering Group comprising Scottish Environment LINK and their Marine Group Members, Fauna and Flora International, Howell Marine Consulting, and the Universities of Aberdeen and Edinburgh. Past Sea Scotland conferences have attracted a wide range of Scottish marine stakeholders, providing a multi-interest forum for dialogue and knowledge-exchange for progressive marine policy and management. More information on previous Sea Scotland conferences can be found on our website.