This section provides easy links to validated additional resources to help find sources of scientific information and learning, artistic work, civil society and other relevant activities. potential collaboration and reaction to our work. We can, however, not take responsibility for content of linked websites.
Links to critical reflections on science and its role in society
Links only to validated websites with scientific and/or scientifically validated information in the public domain that present results and methods in ways that can be understood also by non-specialists, including INCO project websites (INCO = International Scientific Cooperation Activities between Europe and other regions of the world). We can, however, not take responsibility for content on these websites.
Helps to find videos addressing pirate fishing and other threats to the integrity of the oceans and what can be done about it.
Provides links to other initiatives, NGOs, organisations and activities with similar or complementary objectives
Trade can have a major influence on sustainable fisheries and aquaculture. Some keywords on aspects that may help or hinder sustainable use of natural resources may be, among others: quality and safety of seafood; labelling; illegal, unregulated and unreported (IUU) fishing; fishing agreements; fisheries subsidies; carbon footprint
In this category you get easy access to validated educational web resources.
In this category, you'll find arts websites with a wide range of artistic expressions, painting, sculpture, and much more. We pay attention primarily to those artists who see their roles as mediators of understanding and relating respectfully to nature and particularly the oceans