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VideoIEA São Paulo Ocean School - Opening Session and Panel 1
The first day of the São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Ocean Interdisciplinary Research and Governance brought together representatives of different coastal countries into a panel in order to discuss the importance of the oceans and the need of scientific knowledge for decision making.
Located in MEDIA LIBRARY / Video
VideoIEA São Paulo Ocean School - Book launch: "Brazilian Marine Biodiversity"
Dr. Alexander Turra and Dr. Angelo Bernardino presented the ReBentos (Brazilian Monitoring Network for Coastal Benthic Habitats) and lauched the first volume of the Springer Series on Marine Brazilian Biodiversity “Brazilian Estuaries – a Benthic perspective”.
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VideoIEA São Paulo Ocean School - Class 2.1 - Pedro Roberto Jacobi
Dr. Pedro Roberto Jacobi discussed the concept of governance and its applicability to the ocean. After contextualizing the concept, he discussed the challenges for improved governance, which involves a more democratic science.
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VideoIEA São Paulo Ocean School - Class 3.2 - Cristiana Simão Seixas
The presentation by Dr. Cristiana Simão Seixas approached the IPBES – Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, giving special focus to the America’s assessment report.
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VideoIEA São Paulo Ocean School - Class 4.1 - Leandra Gonçalves and Leopoldo Gerhardingher
Dr. Leandra Torres presented the main international ocean-related agreements and discussed the global ocean governance, presenting its main characteristics and current challenges.
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VideoIEA São Paulo Ocean School - Class 4.2 - Leandra Gonçalves and Leopoldo Gerhardingher
Dr. Leopoldo Gerhardinger discussed the science-policy interface and the need for change in their relationship.
Located in MEDIA LIBRARY / Video
VideoIEA São Paulo Ocean School - Class 5.1 - Alan Simcock
The biggest question of all of the classes so far was how to best govern the ocean. In the last classes of the cycle, Mr. Alan Simcock brought up the common factors that influence the international governance.
Located in MEDIA LIBRARY / Video
VideoIEA São Paulo Ocean School - Class 5.2 - Alan Simcock
Mr. Simcock also presented the World Ocean Assessment and its relationships to current policy issues.
Located in MEDIA LIBRARY / Video
VideoIEA São Paulo Ocean School - Class 6.1 - Silvia Ines Romero
In the first class of the cycle “Sharing the advances in ocean science: processes and connections,” Dr. Silvia Ines Romero presented the basics on ocean circulation.
Located in MEDIA LIBRARY / Video
VideoIEA São Paulo Ocean School - Class 6.2 - Silvia Ines Romero
In the second part of the class, Dr. Romero discussed about climate change and how it affects the ocean.
Located in MEDIA LIBRARY / Video