CERESClimate change and European Aquatic RESources
Coordinator´s corner – what is happening in CERES
CERES held it ́s annual meeting in Galway, Ireland – looking back on a very successful year. Future projections of physical impacts of climate change for European marine and freshwaters are well on track and will be ready soon. These physical projections align with different political and economic futures outlined in our CERES scenarios.
CERES major storylines – case studies following species from physics, via biology and exploitation up to risk assessment and management – are updated. These storylines provide a clear route, so that industry and policy stakeholders can help co-define and identify key issues. CERES partners are poised to conduct and have already had meaningful meetings with regional stakeholders. This approach will provide bottom-up (via industry) and top-down (policy) solutions to short-, medium- and long-term consequences of climate change.
Besides meetings with regional stakeholders, next steps of CERES include the nuts and bolts of linking modeling outputs and incorporating them into climate vulnerability and opportunity assessments for the fisheries and aquaculture industries. CERES is well on track with its ambition.
Regardless of your role in aquaculture and fisheries – as industry leader, manager or policy maker, scientist or merely an interested member of the public – I encourage you to explore our section on stakeholder involvement. Here, we have provided you various ways to learn about our project and, more importantly, to provide your valuable input.
CERES scientists visited Irish salmon farms to collect data for the typical farm approach (and to have some fresh tasty salmon)!mehr lesen
CERES was part of the popular TV program of the Balearic Islands “People from the sea”.mehr lesen
Dr Mario Caña of the University of Azores interviewed CERES partner Dr John Icely of Sagremarisco Lda as a stakeholder representing the aquaculture industry in the Algarve region of Portugal. Dr Caña was representing the Horizon 2020 project MUSES (Multi-Use in...mehr lesen
A joint workshop organized by Mersin University (MEU) and Elazığ Fisheries Research Institute was held on 4th of May in Elazığ Province, the largest rainbow trout producing region in Turkey. The workshop gathered stakeholders including trout farmers, researchers and...mehr lesen
70 science and industry partners met - together with the members of the research advisory board and the reference user group - at the National University of Ireland, Galway (25-27th of March) for the very successful annual CERES consortium meeting. Three productive...mehr lesen
CERES was introduced to academicians, researchers and technocrats during annual workplan meeting of Turkish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock-Directorate of Agricultural Research and Policies. The 2017 Annual meeting of Directorate of Agricultural Research...mehr lesen
Remi Panicz from the West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin presented CERES to carp breaders, scientists and stakeholders in Słok k. Bełchatowa at the XXII national workshop and conference for carp breeders (22-24.02.2017)....mehr lesen
In the Hague at the Wageningen Economic Research institute on 21-22 November 2016, CERES accommodated a stakeholder workshop for internal stakeholders; i.e. those who are partners of the CERES consortium. The stakeholders contributed to core stakeholder related...mehr lesen
CERES was presented at the annual conference of the Groundfish Forum in Hamburg, a meeting place for leading members of the global groundfish industry. Prof. Myron Peck talked about „ Forcasting and anticipating effects of climate change on groundfish and their...mehr lesen
The glossy card, explaining the concept of the used socio-economical future scenarios to interested industry and policy members, is online. The CERES modelling exercises on economic developments in Europe´s fishery and aquaculture are not only built on environmental...mehr lesen
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This project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 678193 (CERES, Climate Change and European Aquatic Resources). The content of this website does not reflect the official opinion of the European Union. Responsibility for the information and views expressed therein lies entirely with the author(s). March 2016 - February 2020 I 5.6 Mio Euros .