OCEAN SYMPOSIUM SEPT 2018
- In 1824 the Earl of Chichester, Thomas Pelham saw an
opportunity for development of his land at the bottom of the
West Hill to house the ‘discriminating population’ of
Hastings. He engaged Joseph Kay as architect and work began,
including the excavation of a large section of the cliff face.
The development would include a crescent with grand town
houses overlooking the seafront, and a neoclassical fronted
church as its centrepiece; beneath the crescent a shopping
arcade would complete the grand design. The arcade was opened
in the same year with the church being completed four years
later in 1828.
SYMPOSIUM HASTINGS - Three of our volunteer crew were at this event in Hastings thanks to the sterling efforts of Gonzalo Alvarez, Sarah Ward and other members of the Bexhill branch of the UK United Nations Association. The youngest team member was Ryan Dusart, 10, who helped to man the stand in the Crypt, and explain how SeaVax works to visitors. The Mayor of Hastings, Councillor Nigel Sinden, is seen here before he welcomed delegates and declared the event open. Copyright © photograph September 22 2018. All rights reserved. You will need the permission of the Cleaner Ocean Foundation to reproduce this picture except for educational use in school and colleges or for private research.
A visit to Hastings is always a pleasant seaside experience for our team. This is the plaice to enjoy fish and chips and wonder among the historic net sheds and the largest beach launched fishing fleet in the world. St. Mary in the Castle is a superb venue for this local United Nations Association event.
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“Communities of Ocean Action and Living Seas”
OCEAN SYMPOSIUM STEERING GROUP
During the two days of the International Symposium on Capacity Building for Sustainable Oceans, community leaders and representatives from international organizations, UN agencies, academic institutions and governments gathered to discuss how building and maintaining capacity throughout local communities is integral in achieving ocean health. The final report includes the main findings from the Symposium as well as detailed information from each session. These findings will serve as a starting point for the Nippon Foundation to consider developing a new program to support capacity building for achieving ocean health.
ATHENS JUNE 2015 - “We share a conviction that our seas and coasts hold the key to our future and we are here to discuss what that future should be,” Karmenu Vella, EU Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries told the 8th European Maritime Day (EMD) in Athens on 28 May. Burgas in Bulgaria is the venue for the EMD in May 2018
CLEANER OCEANS FOUNDATION
A volunteer advocate (also a consultant marine engineer) will be attending this event on our behalf, should anyone be interested in discussing the potential for collaboration on the SeaVax™ autonomous ocean workhorse (feed the world project) or the AmphiMax™ (virtual boatyard project). We are looking for corporate sponsorship by way of risk-share on the AmphiMax, the build of which has commenced with the purchase of a suitable diesel engine and detailed design of the cab hydraulic controls and frame.
If for any reason you are unable to speak with our delegate at this event, please contact us using either of these mediums:
Email: growth @ blue-growth . org
Phone: +44 (0) 1323 831727
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