JULY, 16 2018

Next Wednesday, July, 18, 2018, the third lecture of the Center of Communication of the Oceans will be held, a project that intends to unite the publics of the Portuguese-speaking countries, in person and virtual (via LiveStream), on different themes related to Oceans


This third initiative will be attended by Dr. Judite Leal, from the company Valorsul, who will present projects in which the EGF Group is committed, namely "Fishing for a Sea Without Trash" and projects for cleaning beaches and coastal areas.








The session begins on July 18, at 4:00 pm, at the Lisbon Academy of Sciences, which can be attended in person and free of charge, but also in LiveStream at www.ccoceanos.pt

Future of fish and chemical contaminants - SEAFOODtomorrow

- Dr. António Marques: Senior Researcher in the Division of Aquaculture, Valorization and Bioprospecting of the Portuguese Institute of the Sea and the Atmosphere (IPMA).

Aquaculture - DiversiAqua

- Dr. Pedro Pousão Ferreira: Researcher in charge of the Pilot Station of Fisheries of Olhão. President of the Scientific Council of the IPMA.

Appreciation and quality of powder - PolQual

- Dr. Amparo Gonçalves: Assistant Researcher in the Division of Aquaculture, Appreciation and Bioprospection of the Department of the Sea and Marine Resources, of the Portuguese Institute of the Sea and the Atmosphere (IPMA, I.P.).

Fishing for a sea without rubbish

- Dr. Judite Leal: Graduated in Communication Sciences and postgraduate in Marketing and Communication Direction. He has worked in the area of ​​Communication and Sensitization of Valorsul for 15 years and devotes his activity to communication and environmental education. Previously worked at IBM Portugal. Born on the island of Faial, Azores, the sea has always been part of her life.


Ocean Communication Center

The Oceans Communication Center is a project of Nysse Arruda, journalist and curator, nautical specialist for more than 20 years in Portugal, author of several publications and awarded in 2016 by the Femina Prize. It started this project to promote the debate on the essential issues associated with the Sea, and obtained institutional support from several institutions, especially the Presidency of the Republic, the Ministry of the Sea, the Ministry of the Environment, the Lisbon City Council, the Hydrographic Institute, the Sciences of Lisbon, IPMA and Unesco-Portugal.

This project is also sponsored by the Olympic sailors João Rodrigues and Joana Pratas, but also with the Brazilian sailor Torben Grael, the surfer Garret McNamara and the American NGO Marine MegaFauna Mozambique.

For more information: Ana Loureiro | 968601711 | ana.loureiro@egf.pt