8th Atlantic Stakeholders Platform Conference 2021
Call for Atlantic maritime projects: the Atlantic Project Awards 2021 is open, apply until 7 September
The 8th edition of the Atlantic Stakeholders Platform Conference (ASPC) is addressed to the maritime stakeholders of the Atlantic community and is the opportunity to review the current state of play of the Atlantic Action Plan 2.0 and the way forward.
This year it will be a hybrid event and will be held on 21 October 2021 in Dublin, Ireland.
The ASPC foresees several initiatives as the 5th edition of the Atlantic Project Awards, workshops, projects pitches, networking meetings and a virtual exhibition.
If you have an outstanding Atlantic maritime project contributing to the implementation of the Atlantic Action Plan, you can submit an application to the Atlantic Project Awards until the next 7 September. The categories are the following:
- Atlantic Ports
- Blue Skills and Ocean Literacy
- Marine Renewable Energy
- Healthy Oceans and Coasts
- International Cooperation in the Atlantic Area
- The Atlantic Investor Awar
The Atlantic Area projects SAFER, EBB and also AtlanticBlueTech, ArcopolPlatform, Batterie and AtlanticPowercluster from the previous programming period were awarded on previous editions of this initiative.
You can also organise an workshop on topics of interest of the Atlantic Community. Click here to learn more and apply.
Published on: 2021-08-16
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