REM Master nominated for the 2020 Atlantic Project Awards
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The winners of the Atlantic Project Awards 2020 will be unveiled the 19th November, during the opening session of the 7th Atlantic Stakeholder Platform Conference (ASPC2020). This year the Master in Renewable Energy in the Marine Environment (REM) is nominated as recongnition of its excellence.
REM is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree offered by four universities: the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), the University of Strathclyde, the Norwegian University of Science and École Centrale de Nantes. This programme has a network of associated centres formed by several world-renowned research institutions and companies including TECNALIA and BCAM. These centers have direct participation in the master by teaching and hosting students for their master theses.
The ASPC2020 is a fully virtual event organised in collaboration with the Nouvelle-Aquitaine Region of France.
It is the first occasion to launch the Atlantic Action Plan 2.0, a revamped maritime strategy to foster a sustainable blue economy and the EU Green Deal. It will bring together high level officials, renowned experts and leading entrepreneurs to talk about the new Atlantic maritime strategy, particularly in context to the participating countries’ recovery efforts. The conference will also feature perspectives, initiatives and actions from stakeholders in the EU Atlantic countries – France, Ireland, Spain and Portugal – on the path toward socially inclusive models of sustainable development and job creation, while safeguarding marine and coastal environments and securing a healthy ocean.