MarineSABRES Logo WhiteBackgroundMarine Biodiversity loss is continuing to decline despite current conservation efforts. Reversing the decline in biodiversity requires rapid roll out of effective conservation measures that can also enable a sustainable and resilient blue economy. Social-ecological systems-thinking and Ecosystem-Based Management are globally recognized tools to enable balanced marine development and conservation. Marine SABRES will co-design as Simple Social Ecological Systems approach (the Simple SES) to rapidly enable and upscale EBM (Ecosystem-Based Management) across Europe and abroad. Marine SABRES will set European marine management on a course to reverse biodiversity decline, it will conserve and protect biodiversity by integrating sustainable ecosystems and a resilient blue economy; enable managers to make sustainable decisions; empower citizens to engage with marine biodiversity conservation; promote sustainable development and in coastal and marine sectors. Marine SABRES is comprised of an interdisciplinary consortium including world leaders in the field of EBM and Social Ecological System distributed across Europe and focusing demonstration of practical management efforts in three Demonstration Areas (Tuscan Archipelago, the Arctic North-East Atlantic and Macaronesia) before upscaling throughout Europe and beyond.

Project Designation:   Marine SABRES - Marine Systems Approaches for Biodiversity Resilience and Ecosystem Sustainability
Program:   Horizon Europe
Start Date:   01/09/2022
End Date:   31/08/2026
Total Budget:   8 755 388,75 €
Funding:   8 755 388,75 €
ARDITI budget:   281 850,00 €
ARDITI funding:   281 850,00 €
Coordinator:   University College Cork
Partners:   University College Cork; E-Science European Infrastructure for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research; ARDITI; Danmarks Tekniske Universitet – DTU; Ecologic Institut gemeinnützige GmbH; Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies EV – IASS; Hafrannsóknastofnun, Rannsokna - OG Radgjafarsofnun hafs og Vatna – Hafrannsóknastofnun; Fundacion AZTI; Stichting Hummel Foundation for Sustainable Solutions; Universita di Pisa – UNIPI; Stofnun Vilhjalms Stefanssonar - Stefansson Artic Institute; Klaipedos Universitetas; Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria – ULPGC; Stichting Wageningen Research – WR; Aalborg Universitet – AAU; Universidade dos Açores; Stichting Nederlandse Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Instituten - NWO-I; WWF Verdensnaturfonden.
flag_yellow_low.jpg   This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement no. 101058956.

This project is aligned with the following Sustainable Development Goals (SDG):

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