PIMXXXIII Conference - Second Announcement

  

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Programme for Meeting in Shanghai

  

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BACKGROUND of PIMXXXIII 

AIMS OF THE CONFERENCE

OUTCOMES

MAJOR CONFERENCE THEMES

REGISTRATION FORM

CONTACT INFORMATION

DATES & PLACE OF THE CONFERENCE

HOTEL RESERVATIONS

 

 

BACKGROUND

 The ocean covers almost three-quarters of discount viagra online the Earth’s surface and buy tramadol without by 2025 about 75 percent of the world’s population could be living within 100km of its coasts. While the total economic and social value of the ocean can never be fully or accurately estimated, humankind has an economic and social dependency on goods, services and uses provided by the oceans; it is the largest source of protein for humankind and more than 90 percent of the planet’s living biomass is found in the ocean (IUCN, 1997).

The Pacem in Maribus (PIM) Conference is one of the flagship activities of International Ocean Institute (IOI); the PIM Conference series is robert-alonso-photos.com titled from the Latin for “Peace in the Oceans”. PIM Conferences have played a crucial role in the formulation and promotion of viagra website UNCLOS and provide a forum where the buy cialis online canadian phamacy challenges of ocean space can be considered in their interconnectedness. Thirty-two such conferences have been held to date around the globe including PIM XXIV, held in Beijing, China in November 1996, focused on “Oceans in the Twenty-First Century”. PIM Conferences have become respected as important events in understanding threats to viagra sale buy the world’s oceans as well as the potential of oceans resources to sustain humankind.

2010 is the year of the 50th Anniversary of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO, and is also the occasion of the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai with the theme “Better City, Better Life”. The State Oceanic Administration (SOA) of China, in cooperation with IOI and IOC, will co-organize a high-level conference together with the PIM XXXIII to commemorate the important contributions of IOC in promoting international cooperation and coordination in ocean scientific research, service and capacity building since its creation in 1960, and also to address important global, regional and click here national issues on http://www.albacetebalompie.es/ordering-viagra-overnight-delivery the generic viagra online uk role of levitra online in canada oceans in climate change and sustainable development. The Conference will be followed by a side meeting in Shanghai.

 

AIMS OF THE CONFERENCE

The Conference is titled “Oceans, Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Challenges to Oceans and Coastal Cities”. It is designed to provide a forum for intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations, governments, as well as scientists and experts to address the challenges to oceans and coastal cities, to explore scientific understanding of the impacts on and of the ocean, to discuss policies on the use and online us levitra protection of the oceans in supporting economic development, to identify measures for adaptation and mitigation efforts, to share experiences and best practices in order to united healthcare levitra make better and more livable coastal cities, and also to advance ocean science.

 

OUTCOMES

It is expected that the Conference will make a major contribution as a result of the deliberations by scientists, experts and managers having addressed the specificity of ocean, climate change and sustainable development and challenges to oceans and coastal cities.

  

MAJOR CONFERENCE THEMES

1.   OCEANS AND CLIMATE CHANGE

  • The  Role of the Oceans in Climate Change
  • Global Assessment of online cialis cheap the State of Marine Environment
  • Oceans and Climate Change Mitigation
  • Integration of Ocean Issues in Climate Change Negotiations
  • Ocean Science Challenges in Addressing Climate Change
  • Partnership in Ocean Observations and Data Exchange

2.   THE ROLE OF OCEANS IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

  • Policies and http://www.skolelinux.org/canada-viagra Strategies of Development of the Marine Economy in the Next Decade
  • New Strategies for Marine Industry Facing Climate Change and Global Economic Crisis
  • Marine Spatial Planning and Marine Sustainable Development
  • Technological Innovation and Transfer for Marine Sustainable Development
  • Healthy Oceans and Human Health: an Approach to Integrated Coastal Management

3.   CHALLENGES TO COASTAL CITIES

  • Mitigation of Climate Change Impacts on Coastal Zones and Cities 
  • Strengthening Coastal Ecosystem Resilience to Climate Change
  • Maritime Security, Piracy, Natural and Anthropogenic Disasters
  • Global Economic Crisis and Marine Activities
  • Contribution of Coastal Cities to the Vitality of cheap 10mg cialis without a prescription National and Regional Economies

 

REGISRATION FORM

Download the Registration Form

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

 

STATE OCEANIC ADMINISTRATION OF CHINA (SOA)

 

PROF. BIN MAO

Department of International Cooperation

State Oceanic Administration; PR China

1 Fuxingmenwai Avenue;

Beijing 100860, P.R. China

Tel:                  +86 10 68019791

Email:             This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

PROF. LI QIN, Director, IOI-China

National Marine Data and generic viagra buy Information Service (NMDIS);

State Oceanic Administration of China (SOA)

93 Liuwei Road, Hedong District;

Tianjin 300171; P. R. China

Tel/Fax:         +86 22 2401 0859

Cell Phone: +86 13920461049

Email:             This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

MS. FANGFANG WAN

National Marine Data and Information Service (NMDIS)

State Oceanic Administration of China (SOA)

93 Liuwei Road, Hedong District

Tianjin 300171, P. R. China

Tel/Fax:         +86 22 2401 0859

Email:             This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

INTERNATIONAL OCEAN INSTITUTE (IOI)

 

DR. CHERDSAK VIRAPAT, Executive Director

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MS. ANTONELLA VASSALLO, Programme Officer

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International Ocean Institute Headquarters 

P.O. Box 3, Gzira GZR 1000, Malta

Tel: +356 21 346529; Fax: +356 21 346502

Email:             This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

http:               www.ioinst.org

 

MS. HONGRONG YU, IOI Focal Point-Shanghai,

Director, International Affairs Office,

Shanghai Maritime University,

1550 Pudong Da Dao, Shanghai, P.R. China

Tel:                  +86 21 38820765,

Fax:                 +86 21 58853909

E-mail:           This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

DATES & PLACE OF THE CONFERENCE

2-4 September 2010,

Beijing Hotel,

Beijing, China

Tel: 86-10-65137766,

Fax: 86-10-65137842,

www.chinabeijinghotel.com

 

HOTEL RESERVATIONS

Self-funded Conference participants may make their hotel reservations as from the 20th July 2010 or request the local organisers for assistance. PIMXXXIII local contact:          Ms Wan Fangfang, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Beijing Hotel, Beijing, China

Tel:      +86 10 65137766,      

Fax:      +86 10 65137842,

www.chinabeijinghotel.com

 

Starway Tianan Rega Hotel

Tianan Mansion, Nanheyan Street

Dongcheng District, Beijing, China

Tel:      +86 10 85110088       

Fax:      +86 1065132068

www.tarjhotel.com

 

The Sunworld Hotel

Tel:      +86 10 58168999       

Fax:      +86 10 65139088

No.88,Dengshikou Street

Dongcheng District,Beijing,China

http://www.sunworldhotel.com.cn

 

Motel 268 Wangfujing

Tel: +86 10 51671666            

Fax:      +86 10 51671888

No.19, Jinyu Hutong, Beijing,China

http://www.motel168hotel.cn/hotel/425.html