DOSI Deep-Sea Webinar Series (sponsored by INDEEP) and Hosted by Linwood Pendleton
2014 Series: The first webinar series informs members of the deep-sea community about deep-ocean stewardship activities underway via various organizations in order to avoid duplication of efforts and create opportunities for partnership and collaboration between deep-sea stakeholders. You can listen to the first series via the links below:
- Kristina Gjerde- Laws, Policies and Plans for the Deep Ocean (IUCN & DOSI) – Link (7 May 2014)
- Jeff Ardon – High Seas Governance (IASS & DOSI) – Link (7 May 2014)
- Eric Lindstrom – Toward a Deep Ocean Observing Strategy (DOOS) –Link (21 May 2014)
- Pat Halpin – The Description of Ecologically or Biologically Significant Areas (CBD ESBAs) – Link (21 May 2014)
- Sandor Mulsow – Towards an Environmental Impact Assessment: Guidelines for the Deep Sea (ISA) – Link (4 June 2014)
- Phil Weaver – Deep-Ocean Stewardship and the MIDAS Project (MIDAS) – Link (18 June 2014)
- Hannah Lily – Pacific Islands: Deep Sea Minerals (SPC-SOPAC) – Link (18 June 2014)
- Paul Holthus – Science Community and Ocean Business Community Collaboration for Sustainability (WOC) – Link (2 July 2014)
- Matt Gianni – The regulation of Activities in the Deep Sea: a Conservation Perspective(DSCC)- Link (2 July 2014)
- David Johnson- Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative (GOBI) – Link (16 July 2014)
- Kristian Teleki – From Decline to Recovery: A Rescue Package for the Global Ocean (GOC) – Link (16 July 2014)
2015 Series: The second webinar series in entitled “Deep-Sea Promises and Challenges”. There is a lot happening in the deep sea: new science, new industrial activity, new proposals for management, and new challenges to tackle. We want to talk to people in the midst of it all. We want to know what’s happening. Following on from the success of webinar series one in 2014, this second series of intimate webinars host guests representing perspectives from an array of deep-ocean stakeholders: minerals, oil, fishing, conservation and society.
- Samantha Smith and Charles Roche – Industrial Mining in the Deep Sea: Social and Environmental Considerations – Link (14 May 2015)
- Rob O’Brien – The Oil Industry’s Technological Advancements for the Ocean Environment (BP) – Link (17 June 2015)
- Charles Goddard and Maria Damanaki – The Deep Blue Economy – Link (16 September 2015)
- Claire Nouvian and Glen Wright – Deep-Sea Fisheries – Link (21 October 2015)
- Lisa Levin – Deep Ocean Stewardship Initiative – A Way Forward Link (18 November 2015)
- Harriet Harden-Davies – Deep-Sea Genetic Resources: Governance, Science and Stewardship – Link (16 December 2015)
- Report of 1st DOSI Workshop held in Mexico city in April 2013: workshop report.
- DOSI Brief to the Global Ocean Commission– May 2013.
- 1st DOSI Newsletter – July 2013.
- AAAS DOSI sepecial session: “Deep-Ocean Industrialization: A New Stewardship Frontier”. Chicago, 13-17 February 2014. Lead: Lisa Levin (SIO). Speakers: Pendleton (Duke Nicholas Institute), Van Dover (Duke University), Smith (Nautilus Minerals), Currie (DSCC), Gjerde (IUCN) and Levin (SIO). Example of media coverage from event.
- 2nd DOSI Newsletter – March 2014.
- DOSI Science Policy Forum paper link to reprint
- DOSI WG1 EIA workshop, March 2014. Report Link
- BBC Radio 4 – Into the Abyss. Lisa Levin and other DOSI members feature in this discussion of deep-sea mining, July 2014
- DOSI Comments on ISA Regulatory Framework Endorsed May 2015
- DOSI Brochure 2015
- Report of DOSI Planning Meeting held in Aveiro, Portugal, 30th August 2015: Report
- Huffington Post – Lisa Levin & DOSI “Compromising the Ecology of the Deep”.
- Huffington Post Sustainable Development Goal 14 on the Oceans (Sept 2015) – additional articles with links.
- Overview presentation of deep-sea mining (October 2015) by Dr Philomène Verlaan.
Participants of DOSI Planning Meeting, Aveiro, Portugal 30th August 2015.