Deauville - August 26th, 2017

24HRS FOR THE OCEAN
A day to support the recent scientific research carried out by the Oceanographic Institute Paul Ricard, working to understand, promote and protect the sea: source of life and essential condition for our survival. It is in the Mediterranean, considered by scientists as a model ocean, that the Institute conducts its research. It develops nature-based solutions to ensure a better relationship between men and the ocean using an ecosystem approach. It also contributes to promoting and spread good local practices to meet global environmental threats.

24 HOURS FOR THE OCEANS IN DEAUVILLE
Scientific research is the key to our future. It finds in the nature the answers to the current problems to protect the planet and invent a new blue economy. This is why the Paul Ricard Oceanographic Institute is launching Take OFF - Take Ocean For Future, setting up a collaborative platform for scientific exchange and sharing of solutions, research and development dedicated to the ocean. It will be present in Deauville on August 26th for the "24Hrs For Oceans", a day of awareness raising and fund-raising to preserve the oceans.

THE MAIN PRINCIPLES OF 24HRS FOR OCEANS
24hrs actively supports recent scientific oceanographic research:
It helps young researchers proposing solutions for the ocean and the climate.
It takes care of their work, supports their innovations, develops their initiatives.
It creates an oceanographic patronage to stimulate scientific creativity.
It generates an active synergy between scientific communities, universities, economic actors, NGOs, institutional partners and the general public.
It establishes a sharing of solutions between researchers and companies.
To secure our future, it targets the Ocean.

The program of the day available soon.