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PROVISIONAL PROGRAM

FORUM MONDIAL DE LA MER-BIZERTE

Friday September 13, 2024

 

8h30-9h : Welcome

9h-9h30 : Conference Opening

  • Welcome address

  • Presentation of the implementation of the EU Mission “Restoring our Ocean and Waters by 2030 “ in the Mediterranean region and beyond

9h30-11h : Preservation of marine ecosystems: Sustainable solutions for a blue future

9h30-10h : – PANEL 1 : What are the challenges and solutions for restoring Biodiversity of the Mediterranean?

10h-10h30 : – PANEL 2 : How to address pollution in the Mediterranean?

10h30-11h : – PANEL 3 : Grand Ocean vs. Mediterranean: From Cherbourg to Bizerte, are the battles the same? (Duplex with guests from Grand Ocean, Cherbourg)

 

11h-13h15 : Des leviers pour une économie bleue, durable  et régénératrice

11h-11h45 : – PANEL 4 : Sustainable tourism: Presentation of challenges and innovative solutions

11h45-12h30 : – PANEL 5 : Fishing and aquaculture: Presentation of challenges and innovative solutions

12h30-13h : – PANEL 6 : Zero Emissions by 2030? 2040? 2050? Testimonials from Key maritime players

 

14h30-17h15 :  High-Level Segment, key witnesses, and distinguished speakers

14h30-16h : From Bizerte to Nice: Addressing the Mediterranean at UNOC 3 Nice 2025

16h-16h45 : Beyond the Mediterranean: The Blue Africa!

16h45-17h15 : Ocean hot spots 2024/2025: Brussels, New York, Cali, San José, Baku, Pusan…

 

17h15-18h : Maritime mobilization and community engagement: Ambassadors of the blue mission

 

18h-18h30 : Conclusions

  • Presentation of the synthesis of the Forum Mondial de la Mer Bizerte

20h : Dinner « Fête de la mer » at the old port of Bizerte

PROGRAM

FORUM MONDIAL DE LA MER-BIZERTE

Friday September 22, 2023

9:00 AM – 9:30 AM: Opening

  • Welcome by Rym Benzina, President of The Blue Season
  • 2023, A Year Unlike Any Other” by Pascal Lamy, President of the Bizerte Forum
  • Review of the Bizerte Declaration 2022 and Future Prospects by Gautier Carle, Advocacy Manager, Ocean and Climate Platform.
  • Emmanuelle Lachaussée, Deputy Director Climate & Environment, Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, France
 

9:30 AM – 1:00 PM: The Ocean 2050 as we envision it the Future

The Ocean has never held such a high place on the global political agenda. In just a year, significant progress has been made in biodiversity protection, High Seas governance, combating plastic pollution, and regulating illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing. However, these advancements reveal the need to go further and faster. Urgencies and future threats require more than goodwill, complex treaties, and a lack of a virtuous economic and financial dynamic. The Ocean needs effective and responsive instruments, a mobilizing and pragmatic agenda, and meeting clauses.

2050 is a long way off, but it is also the horizon that allows us to evaluate risks, opportunities, and consequences for ecosystems and populations, to build these new instruments:

  • A scientific assessment dedicated to decision-making.
  • A fresh mobilization of economic and financial actors for equitable development
  • True co-construction with sea users and citizens.

Moderator: Olivier Poivre d’Arvor, Ambassador for Ocean and Polar Affairs, Special Envoy of the President of the Republic for the United Nations Ocean Conference.

 

9:30 AM – 10:30 AM: What Do Scientists Tell Us About Ocean Boiling?

  • Opening by Vladimir Ryabinin, Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, Deputy Director-General of UNESCO.

Speakers:

  • Béchir Bejaoui, Researcher at the National Institute of Marine Sciences and Technologies, Tunisia
  • Joachim Claudet, Research Director and Ocean Advisor at CNRS
  • Amel Hamza-Chaffai, Professor at the University of Sfax and Member of the Tunisian Academy of Sciences-Beit al Hikma
  • François Houllier, CEO of IFREMER
  • Marina Lévy, Oceanography Research Director, Deputy Director of the Ocean Department at IRD
 

10:30 AM – 11:40 AM: Geopolitics of the Ocean: Scenarios for 2050

  • Opening by Tiago Pitta e Cunha, Chief Executive Officer of the Oceano Azul Foundation, Lisbon.

Speakers:

  • Pierre Bahurel, Chief Executive Officer of Mercator Ocean International
  • Elyes Ben Rayana, Chief Executive Officer of Value
  • Gilles Kleitz, Executive Director of Sustainable Development, French Development Agency
  • Clément Lavigne, Director of Ocean Policy, Oceanographic Institute, Albert 1st Foundation, Monaco
  • Mikaa Mered, Lecturer in Hydrogen Geopolitics and Overseas Geopolitics, Sciences Po / Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, Morocco
  • Patricia Ricard, President of the Paul Ricard Oceanographic Institute
  • Julia Tasse, Co-director of the Defense & Climate Observatory, Research Director at IRIS
  • Thomas Puga, Commander, French Navy.
 

11:40 AM – 12:00 PM: Live Duplex from Marseille with the 6th Edition of “Méditerranée du Futur.”

Speakers:

  • Renaud Muselier, President of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Region
  • Karim Amellal, Ambassador, Interministerial Delegate for the Mediterranean
  • Nasser Kamel, Secretary-General of the Union for the Mediterranean
  • Discussion with participants from the Bizerte Sea Forum.

 

12:00 PM – 12:30 PM: Europe and the Ocean: The 2050 Agenda

Speakers:

  • Catherine Chabaud, Navigator, Member of the European Parliament, Brussels
  • Sieglinde Gruber, Senior Advisor for the European Commission
  • Claudia Pecoraro, Policy Officer, European Commission-Healthy Oceans & Seas Unit, DG Research & Innovation
  • Geneviève Pons, Director General, Vice President, Jacques Delors Institute Europe, Brussels

Discussions.

 

12:30 PM – 1:00 PM: Live Duplex from the United Nations, New York, for the Conclusions of the Climate Action Summit

Speaker:

  • Ashok Adicéam, International Affairs and Negotiations Manager for the United Nations Ocean Conference, Special Envoy

Discussions and Morning Conclusions.

 

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM: Lunch at Nour Hotel.

 

2:00 PM – 6:00 PM: The Mediterranean: A Sea in Boil?

  • Opening by Almotaz Abadi, Deputy Secretary-General of the Union for the Mediterranean.

 

   The summer of 2023 was the hottest ever recorded in the Mediterranean, with an average sea temperature reaching 28.4°C in July, surpassing the previous record by 0.15°C. This rapid warming of the sea’s surface is due to natural factors such as lack of wind and clouds, with immediate impacts on populations and marine biodiversity in countries like Italy, Greece, Turkey, Algeria, and Tunisia. Corals, gorgonians, sea urchins, and mollusks are suffering from these extreme temperatures, threatening some local species. Furthermore, extreme weather events, drought, and rising sea levels pose risks to populations, agriculture, food security, and natural heritage in the Mediterranean region. A 2019 report indicated that more than half of the world’s cities most exposed to rising sea levels are in the Mediterranean.

   Is the Mediterranean, considered the most threatened basin by global warming and the most polluted sea, now the hot spot of the climate crisis?

Moderator: Olivier Poivre d’Arvor, Ambassador for Ocean and Polar Affairs, Special Envoy of the President of the Republic for the United Nations Ocean Conference.

 

2:15 PM – 3:45 PM: Barcelona: 50 Years and Beyond?

  • Opening by Tatjana Hema, Coordinator of the Action Plan for the Mediterranean (PAM) – United Nations Program.

Speakers:

  • Giulia Antidormi, The Coalition of Mayors for Mission Ocean
  • Khadija Amine, Sustainable Development and foresight Manager, Plan Bleu
  • Romy Hentinger, Director of Advocacy and International Cooperation, Tara Ocean Foundation
  • Rémi Parmentier, President of the Varda Group, Madrid
  • Josep Canals, Secretary General, MedCities
  • Jamel Jrijer, Director of WWF North Africa
  • Salem Miladi, Expert in Blue Economy, Westmed.
 

3:45 PM – 5:15 PM: Mediterranean Projects: Experiences and Testimonies

  • Opening by Mehdi Ben Haj, Interim Director of the Coastal Protection and Development Agency, Tunisia.

Speakers:

  • Mehdi Aissi, Marine Program Manager, WWF, Tunis
  • Martial Bardolet, Head of Posidonia Seagrass Monitoring Service, Balearic Islands
  • Borhène Daoudi, Architect – Smart & Resilient Cities Coordinator, Mediterranean Development Director – Setec International
  • Imed Hamdi, Head of growth
  • Ahmed Ghedira, President, Notre Grand Bleu Association, Monastir
  • Vesna Kuralt, Project Manager, REMEDIS
  • Mohamed Ali Marouani, Representative of IRD-CIRAD, Tunisia
  • Bernard Mossé, Head of Education, Training, and Research, Neede, Marseille
  • Lina Silveira, Project Manager, REMEDIS
  • Christina Zeri, Blue Mission Med project.
 

5:15 PM – 6:00 PM: Drafting of Conclusions and Recommendations.

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM: Presentation of Conclusions and Recommendations in the presence of the Tunisian Minister of the Environment, Leïla Chikhaoui, and other guests.

8:30 PM: Dinner at Café le Pacha and “Fêtes de la Mer” Evening, Old Port of Bizerte (transfer from Nour Hotel at 8:20 PM).

PROGRAM

2050, THE OCEAN ?

Friday September 23

 

8:30: « 2050, welcome, opening forum, presentation of the exercice and “Ocean 2050?” survey results»

Rym Benzina, Chairwoman of La Saison Bleue

Pascal Lamy, President of the Forum Mondial de la Mer-Bizerte

Gauthier Carle, Advocacy Officer of mission POC (Ocean & Climate Platform) (surveyresults presentation)

9:00-10:15 – PANEL 1: « 2050, governance, geopolitics, security ? »

Yann Briand, Head of the Strategy and Policy Office, Office of the Chief of Staff of the French Navy

Catherine Chabaud, Initiator of the appeal for the Ocean as a common good for humanity, sailor, member of the European Parliament Renew Europe (Renaissance list)

Olivier Poivre d’Arvor, Ambassador for the poles and maritime issues, Special Envoy of the Presidency of the Republic

Julia Tasse, Researcher, head of the Climate, Energy, Security program at IRIS

 
 

10:15-11:30 – PANEL 2:« 2050, climate, biodiversity, effects of populations ?»

Joachim Claudet, Director of Research, CNRS

Rémi Parmentier, President-The Varda Group

Geneviève Pons, Vice Chair, “Europe Jacques Delors” Institute

Romain Troublé, President of the Ocean & Climate Platform, Director General Manager of the Tara Ocean Foundation

 

Coffee break from 11:30 to 11:45 a.m

 

 11:45-13:00 – PANEL 3: « 2050, knowledge, science, innovation? »

Pierre Bahurel, Chairman, General director, Mercator Ocean

Elisabetta Balzi, Head of the Health of the Ocean and Seas Unit at the European Commission*

Henrik Enevoldsen, Head of Centre, Ocean Sciences Section IOC, UNESCO

Sieglinde Gruber, Active Senior Advisor European Commission

François Houllier, Chief Executive Officer of the  IFREMER*

Mohamed Ali Marouani, IRD/Cirad Representative in Tunisia

Patricia Ricard, President of the Paul Ricard Institute, France 

Lunchsummary of the first three workshops 13:00 to 14:30 p.m

 

 14:30-15:45 – PANEL 4: « 2050, sustainable blue economy, new technologies and energies?»

Elyes Ben Rayana, Member of the Board of Directors of BIAT

Gilles Kleitz, Executive Director – Sustainable Development at AFD

Pascal Lamy, President of the Paris Peace Forum

Mounir Majdoub, Consultant and facilitator, specialist in environmental and sustainable development policy

Mikaa Mered, Secretary General Head of Overseas Environment, Sciences Po

Camille Morel, Researcher, Institute of Strategy and Defense Studies (IESD), Jean Moulin Lyon III University

 15:45-18:00 – PANEL 5: « 2050, Mediterranean? »

With the BLUE PLAN:

Khadija Amine: In charge of sustainable development and prospection, Plan Bleu

Bechir Bejaoui, Teacher-researcher, INSTM

Rym Benzina, Director, Forum Mondial de la Mer-Bizerte

Mehdi Ben Haj, Director, APAL( Tunisia)

Jamel Jrijer, Director of the WWF North Africa Office in Tunisia

Lina Tode, Assistant Director, Plan Bleu

18:00-18:30: conclusions, recommendations

18:30-19:00: Closing

Samir Abedellaoui, Governor of Bizerte

Leila Chikhaoui, Minister of Environment, Tunisia

19:00: Networking cocktail and press interview

 
  closing cocktail at the old Port of Bizerte at 20:30 
 
*Remote participation
 

Partners: AGENCE FRANCAISE DE DEVELOPPEMENT, CHAIRE OUTRE-MER SCIENCES PO, COMMISSION EUROPÉENNE, CNRS, IDDRI, INSTITUT OCÉANOGRAPHIQE PAUL RICARD, INSTITUT EUROPE JACQUES DELORS, INSTITUT NATIONAL DES SCIENCES ET TECHNOLOGIES DE LA MER, IFREMER, IRD, IRIS, PLAN BLEU, PLATEFORME OCEAN & CLIMAT, MERCATOR OCÉAN, MINISTÈRE DE L’EUROPE ET DES AFFAIRES ETRANGÈRES, THE VARDA GROUP, WWF TUNISIE…

PROVISIONAL PROGRAM

Friday September 24

 

8:30  – REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS

9:30  – WELCOMING MESSAGES

Samir ABEDELLAOUI, Governor of Bizerte.

Kamel BEN AMARA, Mayor of Bizerte.

Asma SHIRI LAABIDISecretary General of Maritime Affairs, Tunisia.

Habib AMMAR,  Minister of Tourism, Tunisia.

Rym BENZINA, President of La Saison Bleue

Pascal LAMY, President of the Forum Mondial de la Mer-Bizerte

10h – EUROPE AND THE MEDITERRANEAN

PRESENTATION OF THE STARFISH 2030 MISSION

Pascal LAMY, President of the Forum Mondial de la Mer-Bizerte.

Geneviève PONS, Director General of the Europe Jacques Delors Institute, Brussels.

Alan DEIDUN, Ocean Ambassador, Malta*

Cyprien FONVIELLE, Managing Director Neede Mediterranean*

Marius VASCEGA, Head of Cabinet of the Commissioner for the Environement, Oceans and Fisheries.

11:00 – INITIATIVES AND PROJECTS

Presentation of the “GHODWA, Youth and Environment” project and of the winners of AMWEJ 2021.

 

12:30  – TESTIMONIALS

Mounir BOULKOUT, Chairman and CEO, Selt Marine.

Vincent DOUMEIZEL, Senior Advisor United Nations Global Compact.

                                                                                 Lunch 13:00 to 14:30 

 

15:00 – OFFICIAL OPENING

Kamel DOUKH, Ministry of Equipment, Houssing and infrastructure, Tunisia.  

Marius VASCEGA, Head of Cabinet of the Commissioner for the Environement, Oceans and Fisheries.

Nasser KAMEL, Secretary General of the Union for the Mediterranean.

Annick GIRARDIN, Minister of the Sea, France.

Ricardo SERRAO SANTOS, Minister of the Sea, Portugal.

H.S.H Prince ALBERT II, Principality of Monaco.

15:45 – THE SEA, IN THE UPCOMING YEARS

Robert CALCAGNO, Directeur of the Oceanographic Institute of Monaco and .Francoise GAILL, Oceanographer .

The exchanges will be moderated by Olivier Poivre D’ARVOR, Ambassador of the Maritime Poles and Issues, France 

16:15 – FOR A MEDITERRANEAN PARLIAMENT OF THE SEA?

Opening by Philippe MEUNIER, CEO of AViTeM*

Bénédicte DUMEIGE, Moderator

Jean-Marc ANDRE, Editor-in-chief Midi Libre*

Hayet BAYOUDH, Mayor of Carthage, Tunisia.

Ahmed BENALLAL BENALLA, Delegate to Tunisia, representative of the Catalunya’s Government, Spain. 

Adnen BOUASSIDA, President of the National Federation of Tunisian Communes.

Ahmed CHAKER, Director General of the Coastal Protection and Development Agency (APAL), Tunisia.

Céline CABAYE, Representative of the Mayor of SETE, France*.

Sébastien DENAJA,  Regional Councillor for the Occitanie Region, France*

Habib DHAOUADI, Mayor of Gabes, Tunisia.

Amel LIMEM, Mayor of the Goulette, Tunisia. 

Christophe MADROLLE, Elected from the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Region, President of the Biodiversity, Sea and Coast Commission.

José Enrique Millo ROCHER, Secretary General for External Action of the Junta de Andalucia, Spain.*

Imen OUARDANI, 1st Vice Mayor at Municipaliity of Sousse, Tunisia.

Gilles SIMEONI, President of the Executive Council of Corsica.

Elected from Mediterranean countries and Youth Parliament, EU For Ocean

 

18:45h METTING  AT THE OLD PORT OF BIZERTE

Saturday September 25  

8h – REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS

9h – OPENING

Asma SHIRI LAABIDISecretary General of Maritime Affairs, Tunisia.

Karim AMELLAL Interministerial Delegate for the Mediterranean, France.

Néjib FRIJI, Director of the International Institute for Peace, (IPI, MENA). 

THE MAJOR CHALLENGES OF BIODIVERSITY

9:30 – 11 PRESERVING MARINE AND COASTAL BIODIVERSITYIN THE  MEDITERRANEAN

Khalil ATTIA, Director of the regional activity center dedicated to specially protected areas in the Mediterranean.

Samia BOUFARES, Director of Coastal Ecosystem Management at APAL, Tunisia.

Puri CANALS, President MedPAN, Spain*

Hedi CHEBILI, Secretary General Medfund.

Jamel JRIJER, Director of WWF North Africa.

Nadia OUNAIS, Director in charge of international/Vise président- International Affairs, Oceanographic Museum of Monaco.  

Stéphane PAILLER, Deputy Director Climate & Environment, Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, France.

11.30 -12.30 RESEARCH IN THE SERVICE OF MARINE BIODIVERSITY

François HOULLIER, Chief Executive Officer of the French Institute for Research for the Exploitation of the Sea (IFREMER), France.

Hechmi MISSAOUI, President of the National Institute of Science and Technology of the Sea, (INSTM), Tunisia.

Patricia RICARD, President of the Paul Ricard Institute, France*

Valérie VERDIER, CEO of the Research and Development Institute (IRD), France*

Lunch 12:45 to 14:00 p.m.

 

THE MEDITERRANEAN, AN EXEMPLARY SEA BY 2030

Afternoon

 

FOR A SUSTAINABLE AND CIRCULAR BLUE ECONOMY

14:30 – Fight against all marine pollution

Sinem DEDETAS, General Manager of Istanbul Ferry Lines Co, Turquie*

Jamie FURNISS, Researcher (anthropologist) at the Institut de recherche sur le Maghreb contemporain, France.

Samir KHEDHIRA, Inspector Controller of ANPE, Tunisia.

Awatef LARBI MESSAI, Ministry of Environment and Local Affairs, Tunisia.

Geneviève PONS, Director General of the Jacques Delors Institute, Brussels.

Richard SEMPRE, Océanographe- géochimiste, Directeur de l’Institut des sciences de l’océan d’Aix-Marseille Université, France.

15:30-  Commit to sustainable fishing

Valerio  CRESPIFAO Coordinator for North Africa and FAO Representative in Tunisia.

 

16:15  –The new requirements of maritime transport

Youssef Ben Romdhane, Director General of Maritime Transport and Ports, Tunisia.

Gabino GONZALEZ, Director of REMPEC, Malta*

Salem MILADI, WESTMED, Tunisia.

Océane RIGNAULT, Maritime Affairs Department, France*

Susana SALVADOR, Executive Secretary ACCOBAMS, Monaco*

Cherif SAMARI, Blue Med, Tunisia.

17h -MARINE ANTHOLOGY

Show produced By Daly OKBY Director for the Agora

17:35 -CONCLUSION

Rym BENZINA, President of La Saison Bleue & Pascal LAMY, President of the World Sea Forum-Bizerte

 

The debates on September 24 and 25 will be moderated by Mehdi BEN HAJ and Olivier POIVRE d’ARVOR.

For safety reasons, some guests will intervene remotely

Word of welcome

8h06 – 8h26 (Tunisian time ) 9h06 – 9h26 GMT+2 (French time)

  • Rym Benzina

President of La Saison Bleue

  • Pascal Lamy

President of Forum Mondial de la Mer – Bizerte

  • Mohamed Gouider

Governer of Bizerte

  • Kamel Ben Amara

Bizerte’s mayor

Opening 

8h30 – 9h10 ( Tunisian time) 9h30 – 10h10 GMT+2 (French time)

Moderator: 

  • Olivier Poivre d’Arvor

President of national maritime museum, France

Speakers :

  • Chokri Ben Hassen

Environment minister, Tunisia

  • Peter Thomson

Special Envoy for Oceans, United Nations (UN)

  • Mariya Gabriel

European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth

  • Geneviève Pons

Vice-President and Director General Europe Jacques Delors, Brussels

  • Petteri Taalas

Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization

Plenary session: Rethinking and bluing capitalism: Plenary room

9h20 – 10h35 (Tunisian time) 10h20 – 11h35 GMT+2 (French time)

The role of the Blue Economy for the decarbonization and recovery of the economy

Moderator:

  • Olivier Poivre d’Arvor

President of national maritime museum, France

Speakers :

  • Pascal Lamy

Chair Of the Mission Board Healthy Ocean, Seas, coastal and inland waters 

  • Isidro Gonzalez

Deputy Secretary General of Union for the Mediterranean 

  • Ahmed El-Sawalhy

Director of the African Union – Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR)

  • Letícia Carvalho

Head of the Marine and Fresh Water Branch, at the Ecosystem Division.

  • Ariel Troisi

President of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC of UNESCO)

  • Laura Giuliano 

Director of Science at CIESM

  • Paul Holthus

President and CEO of World Ocean Council

  • Mehdi Ben Haj

Commissioner General of  Forum Mondial de la Mer – Bizerte

Film screening

10h30 – 10h34 (Tunisian Time) 11h30 – 11h34 GMT+2 (French time)

10h35 – 11h35 (Tunisian time) 11h35 – 12h35 GMT+2(French hour)

Workshop 1 : Entrepreneurship at sea: forecasting, transparency and accessibility in the Mediterranean ( Hannon room)

Workshop 2 

What governance for the sea: preservation of biodiversity and sustainable use of the Mediterranean ( Neptune room) 

Workshop 3 : A clean, healthy and resilient Mediterranean ( Didon room)

How to generate and organise the necessary science and data to better understand, monitor, and predict the Mediterranean Sea and its impacts on communities? How to uncover the full range of solutions it provides?

  • Moderator: Mouna Ketata

Head of Department of Databases and IS at APAL

  • Gilles Lericolais

European Marine Board

  • Fabienne Jacq

European Commission N.N., Copernicus

  • Pavel Kabat

Emeritus Chief Scientist, WMO

  • Juanjo Danobeitia

EMSO ERIC Director General

  • Ghada Neji

Aquaculture and Marine Environment Engineer

  • Peter Heffernan

Irish Ambassador for the Ocean, member of the EU Ocean Mission Committee

How can we ensure the rational exploitation of marine resources?

How to regenerate degraded marine habitats in the Mediterranean and in Europe by 2030 ?

  • Moderator: Oula Amrouni

Director of National Institute of Marine Science and Technology 

  • Lora E Fleming

Physician and epidemiologist with expertise in the environment and human health

  • Maria Cristina Pedicchio 

President of Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale, IT

  • Khalil Attia

Director of the Mediterranean Marine Biodiversity Centre (SPA/RAC)

  • Jerome Broche

Deputy Head of unit, Fisheries Management Mediterranean and Black Sea, DG MARE

  • Mohamed Ali Ben Temessek

Director of Ecology and Natural Ecosystems at the Ministry of the Environment

  • Baris Salihoglu

Directeur Institute of Marine Sciences, METU Erdemli MERSİN, Turkey

How to achieve zero-pollution, plastic-free Mediterranean by 2030? What are the most urgent activities to undertake?

  • Moderator Sieglinde Gruber,

 Head of Unit DG Research&Innovation, European Commission

  • Alan Deidun

Ocean Ambassador for Malta, member of the EU’s Mission Board for the Oceans, Department of Geosciences

  • Malek Smaoui

Programme Officer (OPRC) at Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea (REMPEC) 

  • François Galgani

Project Manager at Ifremer

  • Antidia Citores

Fondation Sufrider Foundation, France

  • Cherif Sammari

Professor, Blue Med 

Closing

11h40 – 12h15 (Tunisian time) 12h40 – 13h15 GMT+2 (French time)

Moderator:

  • Olivier Poivre d’Arvor

President of national maritime museum, France

  • Pascal Lamy

President of Forum Mondial de la Mer – Bizerte

  • Rym Benzina

President of La Saison Bleue

  • Mehdi Ben Haj

Commissioner General of  Forum Mondial de la Mer – Bizerte

  • Habib Ben Hadj Kouider

Managing Director of the BNA

  • Mounir Boulkout

Chief Executive Officer of SELT Marine Group

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