The Slovenian National Research Agency (ARRS) is an independent funding organisation. It aims to provide the scientific community with funding to promote scientific excellence. ARRS follows the policies of open science, scientific integrity, gender diversity and operates in line with the national research and innovation strategy.
ClimEco8 is sponsored by ARRS project J5-2562
Since 1982, ACIAR has supported research projects in four regions—eastern and southern Africa, East Asia, South and West Asia and the Pacific. Our research projects focus on agribusiness, climate change, crops, fisheries, forestry, horticulture, livestock systems, social systems, soil and land management and water. They deliver specific development outcomes.
The Centre for Marine Socioecology (CMS) was established to address the current and future use of our marine coasts and oceans. CMS is a unique collaboration between the University of Tasmania and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), with support from the Australian Antarctic Division. It brings together disciplinary expertise in physics, law, economics, biology, sociology, psychology, human health, art, media, philosophy and governance. CMS uses this expertise to focus on the complex issues that are developing in the management of the marine estate.
Copernicus promotes the sciences by organising conferences and exhibitions worldwide, publishing highly reputable peer-reviewed open-access journals, supporting associations in the fulfilment of their tasks, and developing appropriate software solutions for achieving these aims. Promoting scientific work is our focus. Serving those dedicated to science is our passion.
The Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry (OCB) program was established in 2006 as one of the major activities of the U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Program, an interagency body that coordinates and facilitates activities relevant to carbon cycle science, climate, and global change issues. OCB’s overarching goal is to explore the ocean’s role in the global carbon cycle and the response of marine ecosystems to environmental changes of the past (paleo), present, and future (prediction).
Oceanographic Magazine uses beautiful photography and captivating storytelling to bring both the wonder and plight of the ocean to people. It is a magazine that aims to bring our blue planet to life, to connect and inspire.
Oceanographic Magazine: https://oceanographicmagazine.com/magazine/
PICES, the North Pacific Marine Science Organization, is an intergovernmental science organization, established in 1992, to promote and coordinate marine scientific research in the North Pacific Ocean and its adjacent seas in order to advance scientific knowledge of the area.
Proceedings B is the Royal Society’s flagship biological research journal, accepting original articles and reviews of outstanding scientific importance and broad general interest. The main criteria for acceptance are that a study is novel, and has general significance to biologists. Articles published cover the breadth of the biological sciences; many but not all articles have direct relevance to organisms and the environments in which they live. The scope of articles that we publish includes, but is not limited to: behaviour, development, physiology, ecology, evolution, genetics, genomics, global change, conservation, morphology, biomechanics, neuroscience, cognition and paleobiology. As well as original research articles, the journal welcomes submissions of Reviews, Evidence Synthesis, and Biological Science Practices articles.
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/journal/rspb
SCOR is an international non-governmental non-profit organization. SCOR activities focus on promoting international cooperation in planning and conducting oceanographic research, and solving methodological and conceptual problems that hinder research. SCOR covers all areas of ocean science and cooperates with other organizations with common interests to conduct many SCOR activities.
SCOR also conducts activities to build the capacity for ocean science in developing countries and every SCOR activity includes members from developing countries.
Approximately 600 scientists from nearly 60 countries currently participate in SCOR activities.
Science and Research Centre Koper (Znanstveno-raziskovalno Središče Koper – ZRS Koper) is a public research institute that conducts interdisciplinary research and applicable projects to support the preservation of the identity of space and communities in the Mediterranean and the upper Adriatic region, as well as their sustainable development. The Centre has 70+ researchers working in nine institutes and 11 support units.
The Mediterranean Institute for Environmental Studies (MIES) was established in 2018 combining expertise from the life sciences, humanities and social sciences working towards sustainable socio-ecological systems, both on land and at sea. The ClimEco8 summer school is supported by funding from the Slovenian Research Agency, through the project “Evaluating environmental and sustainability transformation”, code J5-2562, led by Dr Jerneja Penca.