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IOCS 2021 : The Trilogy of Ocean, Coast & Climate: The Urgency & Exigency of Literacy


When May 21, 2021 - Jun 4, 2021
Where Online
Submission Deadline May 15, 2021
Categories    ocean literacy   climate literacy   participatory simulation   climate change

Call For Papers

Ocean, coast, climate & geoethics literacy
After the successful session in October 2020, our International Ocean-Climate School (IOCS) will be held on three Fridays, 21 & 28 May & 4 June 2021. It will include some elements of geoethical literacy. The title is:
The Trilogy of Ocean, Coast and Climate: The Urgency and Exigency of Literacy
Please forward this to your colleagues. Numbers are limited, so we advise early application.
For more information, please visit our website:
Participant Feedback from previous session:
Applications are now open:
Please forward this to colleagues. Thank you.
The IOCS Team
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