Watch live online! Wed. Sept. 23: Climate+Marine research panel #FranceDay

Changing Climate, Changing Oceans:
What’s the Future of Marine Research in the Face of Climate Change?

International panel in lead up to the UN Climate Conference COP21/ Paris 2015

- Wed. Sept 23, 5:30pm (Atlantic)
University Hall, 2nd floor of MacDonald Building, Dalhousie University 6300 Coburg Rd. [beside Henry Hicks Academic Building]

Free public event with reception.

Part of Dalhousie #FranceDay

Can’t make it? Watch live online. Link here


The upcoming United Nations Conference of Paris on Climate Change (COP21 / Paris 2015) at the end of this year provides Dalhousie University and the French Embassy the opportunity to bring together high-level experts in marine research from both sides of the Atlantic to discuss the future of climate regulation, biodiversity, resource, and governance issues.


Jean-Christophe Auffray, Science and Technology Counsellor, Embassy of France to Canada.


Vianney Pichereau, Scientific Coordinator of LabexMER, France and Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at IUEM, University of Brest, France

Philippe Potin, Research Director and Team Manager, Roscoff Marine Station, (National Center for Scientific Research, Pierre and Marie Curie University), France

Anna Metaxas, Theme Leader of the Canadian Healthy Oceans Network and Professor of Oceanography at Dalhousie University

Aldo Chircop, Acting Associate Director of the Marine and Environmental Law Institute, Professor of Law and Affiliate of the EU Centre of Excellence at Dalhousie University

Supported by:

Dalhousie University Provost and VP Academic, Vice-President Research, International Research and Development, Office of International Relations, European Union Centre of Excellence, and Department of French; Embassy of France to Canada and Consulate General to France (Atlantic Provinces).

With additional France Day support from Dalhousie International Centre, Atlantic Film Festival and Alliance française.

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