Sustainable Resilient Coasts - Online seminar

The COAST team invites to their 1st seminar online on November 26th 13-16 CET

The team have been busy putting together an agenda for their inaugural seminar which will include guest speakers from Maine. This free, online seminar hosted by the lead partner Agricultural University of Iceland will run on 26th of November 2020 and provides an opportunity to share knowledge and experience in building sustainable resilient coasts focusing on SMART Blue Growth and the use of drone technology. The agenda can be found below.

To register for the event please follow this link on Facebook events. Questions can be sent in through the facebook event during the event. https://fb.me/e/1GNBD1Hze 

To join the live event on November 26th please follow this lin

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COAST býður til málstofu á netinu 26. nóvember nk. kl 12-15 (13-16 CET)

Landbúnaðarháskóla Íslands ásamt samstarfsaðilum í COAST verkefninu stendur fyrir málstofu um skipulag strandsvæða þann 26. nóvember nk. kl 12-15 (13-16 CET). COAST teymið mun fjalla um COAST verkefnið og niðurstöður þess og hafa fengið liðsstyrk frá Háskólanum í Maine sem mun halda erindi um sambærilegt verkefni sem er í gangi þar.

Málstofan er opin öllum á netinu og fyrirlesarar munu miðla þekkingu og reynslu í skipulagi strandsvæða með áherslu á sjálfbærni og notkun drónatækni. Dagskrána má finna hér að neðan.

Skráning á viðburðinn fer fram á facebook þar sem einnig verður hægt að senda inn spurningar á meðan á viðburðinum stendur.

Hlekkur á streymið er hér

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Agenda / Dagskrá

Facilitators: Sigridur Kristjansdottir and Christian Schultze at the Agricultural University of Iceland

13:00-13:10
Ragnheidur Thorarinsdottir Agricultural University of Iceland
Introduction to the COAST project

13:10-13:30
Holly Parker University of New England
Building a Bioregional Macroscope

13:30-13:50
Maria Wilke Agricultural University of Iceland 
Ocean Literacy and resilience planning in the Westfjords

13:50-14:10
Outi Virkkula and Merja O’Rourke Oulu University of Applied Sciences
Hailuoto, an island municipality committed to enhancing place-based SD research and development

14:10-14:30
Sarah Kandrot Green Rebel Marine
Aerial surveys for marine energy development

14:30-14:50 Short break

14:50-15:10
Jessica Giannoumis University College Cork
Use of drone technology in the NPA region – results from COAST survey

15:10-15:30
Tryggvi Stefansson Svarmi
The future of drones for coastal environments

15:30-15:50
Teresa O´Hare Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust
Drone technology potential; Connecting and promoting cultural and natural heritage of a  geographically remote coastal community (Rathlin case study)

15:50-16:00
Graham Thompson Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust and Michael O'Boyle Mayo County Council - Concluding remarks

Dagsetning: 
fimmtudagur 26. nóvember 2020
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