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United by Ocean Tech, rolling back the carbon cloud

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United by Ocean Tech, rolling back the carbon cloud

It’s important isn’t it… ensuring the future of the planet. It’s all our responsibility to turn the carbon tide and improve the oceans we work in. With 70% of the world made up of oceans the ocean tech and science community have a responsibility to work on solutions to achieve net zero by the agreed dates.
Oceanology International is proud to be able to invite you to the Decarbonise Virtual Summit. A weeklong programme of in-depth conferences that focus entirely on reaching our net zero goals.
A Sustainable Ocean Economy: Thursday 7th October, 12:00 BST
The move towards a sustainable and carbon neutral Blue Economy, will have a positive impact in our ocean’s long term health and therefore the longer-term global economy. Investing in decarbonisation technologies now will bring forward the ‘green’ revolution and enhance the carbon rollback. This panel will explore the current outlook and future challenges in areas such as energy, climate adaptation, marine habitat protection and the role that technology will play to further our net carbon goals.
We will also look at what this means for the future of the Blue Economy and our Oi audience. A Live audience Q&A will operate throughout the session allowing time for plenty of discussion and interaction.
 Chaired by: Ralph Rayner, Oi Technical Conference Chairman Sonardyne InternationalRegister now
 Seabed 2030: Thursday 7th October, 13:30 BST
Seabed 2030 is a collaborative project between the Nippon Foundation of Japan and the General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO). It aims to bring together all available bathymetric data to produce the definitive map of the world ocean floor by 2030 and make it available to all. This session focuses on the project from a Decarbonisation viewpoint and distils what we have learned and where as a community we need to go in order to achieve the Paris Accord agreement.
 Jamie McMichael-Phillips, Director, The Nippon Foundation
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OSIG & Offshore Wind, the Changing Face of Offshore Survey: Thursday 7th October, 14:30 BST
As Energy Transition gains momentum, industry incumbents will look at how the survey, geotechnics and OSIG sector is changing in order to keep pace with the changing needs of Offshore Energy and the expectation of operating in a more sustainable manner.
Technology providers will join the discussion to share plans for delivering solutions for delivering services and technology to the growing offshore wind user base to push this burgeoning industry forward in established and nascent global markets.
Live Q&A will operate throughout between panellists and the audience.
 With: Nadine Robinson, Sustainability Director, IMCA
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Autonomous & Unmanned Systems on a course for Net Zero: Sponsored by 
Thursday 7th October, 16:45 BST

Focused on the ever-growing role that autonomous and unmanned systems are playing in more sustainable ocean industry operations, future opportunities and technology innovation. Industry incumbents will provide an overview of this growing market looking at the active programmes, projects and supply chain demands.
Technology providers will join the discussion to share plans for delivering solutions in established and nascent global markets. A live audience Q&A will operate throughout the session allowing time for plenty of discussion and interaction.
 With: Justin Manley, Just Innovation, Founder and Principal Consultant  Oliver Cervantes, VP Energy Market, iXblue
Register now We look forward to welcoming you to the event and enabling you to derive value through knowledge.
This email was sent to: john.faraclas@allaboutshipping.co.ukReed ExhibitionsGateway House, 28 The Quadrant Richmond, Surrey TW9 1DN United Kingdom

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