The North Sea: a sea full of changes
Presentation by: Renate Olie, marine ecologist at the North Sea Foundation. Mainly concerned with offshore wind energy and its consequences for nature. Also a fanatic wreck diver.
It seems like such an endless wide open space, but looks are deceiving. Our North Sea is one of the busiest seas in the world. Shipping, fishing, defence, recreation, sand extraction, windmills, oil and gas platforms, and soon also seaweed farms, shellfish farming and floating solar panels. Is there still room for nature? And what does that nature actually look like?
The North Sea Foundation has been the nature and environmental organization for over 40 years that is committed to a clean and healthy sea, which is used sustainably. In this presentation we examine the past, present and future of the sea. The focus will be on opportunities and risks for nature due to the increasing number of wind turbines and the protection of valuable areas.
Renate will give her presentation on Saturday 2 April at 1 pm in Theater 2. If you would like more information about Stichting De Noordzee, take a look at their website. You can also meet them at booth 250 during Duikvaker: The Dutch Dive Show.
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