The Opening Plenary of the World Ocean Council (WOC) Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS), Rotterdam, 30 Nov-2 Dec 2016, will include:
• Erik Solheim, Director, U.N. Environment Programme (UNEP); U.N. Under-Secretary-General
• Vladimir Ryabinin, Executive Secretary, UNESCO Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC)
• Joao Aguiar Machado, Director General, DG MARE, European Commission
Additional industry leaders and senior representatives from government, inter-governmental bodies and other organizations are being added daily to the list of SOS speaker and participants. For a list of the CEOs and senior representatives who have participated in the SOS, click here.
The WOC SOS continues to develop as the only international, multi-sectoral industry leadership event dedicated to ocean sustainable development.
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Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS) 2016: 30 Nov-02 Dec, Rotterdam
“Ocean 2030: Sustainable Development Goals
and the Ocean Business Community”
Ensure you have a place at this unique gathering of global ocean business leaders.
Go to www.sustainableoceansummit.org to Register for the SOS 2016, become an SOS 2016 Sponsor, Endorser or Media Partner and See who attends the SOS.
Upcoming WOC Outreach and Engagement
ROTTERDAM: International Green Shipping Summit (Plenary Speaker)
COPENHAGEN: Danish Maritime Days (Breakout Session Facilitator)
About the World Ocean Council (WOC)
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