Registration is now open! This year’s conference will take place on Wednesday 21st June at Discovery Point in Dundee.
Sea Scotland 2017 will build on the successes of the inaugural Sea Scotland conference to bring together a wide range of marine stakeholders, including fishing interests, energy, shipping, tourism, conservation bodies, academics and international experts along with national government, regulatory authorities and national consultees. We will be discussing the implications of constitutional change on environmental policy in the marine area to secure continued progress to sustainable development. See the programme here.
The Sea Scotland 2017 conference aims to:
- Advocate a progressive approach to sustainable development and marine stewardship during the current period of constitutional uncertainty.
- Review national and international mechanisms that can support progress towards sustainable development while Scotland’s relationship with the EU is evolving.
- Facilitate dialogue among Scotland’s marine stakeholder community to consider opportunities and risks, and to develop ideas to positively shape our nation’s changing relationship with the world.