Ocean Space Forum to explore the tech intersection of these two frontiers

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The innovative Ocean Space Forum will be returning to Monaco’s Oceanographic Museum next month on a quest to explore how technologies developed for space exploration could be used to advance ocean conservation efforts.  

On 2nd July, between 9am and 6.30pm, the Musée Océanographique de Monaco will host the second edition of the Ocean Space Forum.

The event is set to unite experts and top figures from the worlds of scientific research, politics and economics for a series of roundtable discussions and conferences centred on the contributions that new space technologies could make towards the enhanced preservation and sustainable management of our seas.  

On the agenda will be topics such as the Blue Economy, marine resource conservation, the safeguarding of marine ecosystems, and the fight against climate change and its negative impacts on the oceans. 

See more: Monaco to host Blue Economy and Finance Forum as part of 2025 UN Ocean Conference

Jointly organised by Prométée Earth Intelligence, France’s National Centre for Space Studies (CNES) and the Monaco Space Affairs Office, this year’s forum is being presented as an important precursor to the United Nations Ocean Conference, which will be held in Nice in June next year.  

For more information on the event or to find out how to register as a participant, click here

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