The atmosphere in Brest is electric. The Brest Expo, lightened up in blue and white for the occasion, is immersed in a non-stop buzz of voices in the background. The European Maritime community has gathered for two days in this French coastal city, whose maritime heritage is woven into its history.
This year the conference will take place in Brest (France) on 24 and 25 May 2023.
The European Commission invites you to save the date for the European Maritime Day 2023, which will take place on 24 & 25 May 2023 in Brest, France. The registration will open during the second half of March.
The European Maritime Day (EMD) 2023 is taking place again as a fully-fledged physical event, in Brest, France on 24-25 May 2023. As every year, this will not be the only action to celebrate our seas and oceans and the sustainable blue economy. EMD In My Country 2023 events will also take place all
The European Maritime Day (EMD) 2023 is taking place again again as a fully-fledged physical event, in Brest, France on 24-25 May 2023.
Ravenna is a seaside town: the wind that brings the salty tang of the Adriatic in your nostrils tells you so. Yet, as the seafront receded over the course of the centuries, the maritime nature of the town might not be completely obvious at a first glance.
On 19 and 20 May 2022 Virginijus Sinkevičius, Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries is co-hosting the European Maritime Day (EMD) conference, which is taking place in Ravenna in Italy. The focus of this year’s exchanges, attracting more than 1,450 ocean stakeholders, is the
European Maritime Day (EMD), the biggest maritime stakeholders event in Europe, is taking place in Ravenna, Italy, next week. After 3 years of virtual and hybrid format due to the COVID pandemic, this year it will be a physical event. At the same time, like in the past years EMD will be webstreamed
This year EMD In My County organisers registered 630 events in 28 countries (20 EU and 8 non-EU counties), between April and October, covering all the sea basins of the EU.
The main theme of this year’s European Maritime Day is ‘Sustainable blue economy for green recovery’. The conference will take place physically with the speakers and the moderators in Ravenna on 19 and 20 May 2022, but it will also be webstreamed live.