Voice of the Oceans

SCIENTIFIC

THE PROGRAM

Voice of the Oceans will investigate the different levels of impacts on the oceans as a whole.

Its purpose is to unite the scientific community a disruptive approach that envisions observing, studying, communicating and protecting our oceans.

The project aims to collect scientific data using high quality technologies in order to update our information on ocean conditions.

Our horizon is to strive for a more sustainable society, with more assertive communication and promoting the Ocean Culture.

PURPOSES

Understanding the different levels of impacts caused by human activities on the oceans and bring scientists together to move towards a sustainable horizon for the oceans.

  • Investigating water quality and ocean biogeochemistry
  • In association with drone flights and satellite remote sensing, larger areas of the oceans will be analyzed
  • Building a global network to protect the oceans against the prevalence of a society based on the use of plastic – the Voice of the Oceans Hub.
PURPOSES

BENEFITS FOR SCIENCE AND THE WORLD

The project unites scientists in a disruptive approach to marine science and oceanographic communication.

 

An Open Data and Big Data environment will concentrate information and knowledge about the oceans and promote Ocean Culture.

 

The platform will also serve as a base environment for an assertive dialogue on ocean governance aimed at a new and sustainable economy.

BENEFITS FOR SCIENCE AND THE WORLD

WHY PARTICIPATE IN THE SCIENTIFIC VOICE OF THE OCEANS PROJECT?

The Scientific Voice of the Oceans is a new global reality, which brings originality and commitment to the observation and demonstration of the impacts undergone by the oceans.

Participation in the project is an excellent opportunity to connect with organizations, institutions, NGOs, Universities and Governments that are positioned in favor of a sustainable future.

In addition, it aims to provide the opportunity to co-create new scientific projects, with dozens of scientists around the world, increasing knowledge about the complexity of the oceans.

The project expects to provide what, under any other circumstances, would be a highly costly oceanographic investigation, through the acquisition of high-resolution data, through large portions in different oceans, and to give voice to the current conditions in which the oceans find themselves.