Cartlann Nuachta & Imeachtaí
Members of the Irish fishing sector met with harbour masters, net producers and with representatives from recycling companies and government officials in Cork on Tuesday 11th June, 2019
On behalf of the Government, the Tanaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Simon Coveney, T.D., the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, T.D., and the Minister o
Ireland's largest free family-friendly maritime celebration, SeaFest, held this year at the Port of Cork in Cork City has attracted thousands of visitors to the City.
Global Climate Change and Role of Island Nations Highlighted at Our Ocean Wealth Summit 2019 in Cork
The annual Progress Report on Ireland’s Integrated Marine Plan - Harnessing Our Ocean Wealth, for 2018, was launched at the Our Ocean Wealth Summit in Cork, 10 June.
NUI Galway’s Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit (SEMRU) has released its latest update on the performance of Ireland’s Ocean Economy.
The central theme of this year’s summit ‘shared voices from small island nations’ will focus on the importance of protecting the world’s oceans from the impacts of climate change, for island nation
More than 50 famous landmarks and buildings in Ireland and across Europe are lighting up blue this weekend (8-10 June) as part of the 'Go Atlantic Blue' initiative to celebrate our connection to th
Heads of State and Ministers, UN Representatives and Ambassadors from island nations around the globe will convene in Cork for this year’s Our Ocean Wealth Summit to discuss the impact of climate c
One of the key outputs of the Our Ocean Wealth Summit and Seafest, Ireland's national maritime festival, is to engage and inform the public about our maritime heritage, landscape and ocean wealth.