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Improving Member States preparedness to face an HNS pollution of the Marine System (HNS-MS)

· Stakeholder meeting ·

We are pleased to invite you to the final stakeholder meeting!

The primary objective of the meeting is to present the project results including :

  • The outcome of the lab experiments
  • The HNS-MS chemical data base
  • The HNS-MS drift, behaviour and fate models
  • The HNS environmental and socio-economic vulnerability maps
  • The HNS-MS decision support tool

The meeting format will also let room to long discussion periods that will stimulate exchanges among participants on pollutions of the marine environment by harmful and noxious substances and foster future possible collaborations and follow-up actions (e.g. long-term maintenance of the HNS-MS DSS, new developments, capacity-building in other regions, regional risk assessments…)

When

13–14 December 2016

Where

Belgian FPS Public Health,
Food Chain Safety and Environment,
Brussels, Belgium

Venue »

Targeted attendance

The stakeholder meeting is open to any professionals interested in the problematic of the pollution of the marine environment by harmful and noxious substances and willing to hear and discuss the outcome of the HNS-MS project.

Programme »

Participation free of charge

All the costs associated to the organisation of the meeting (coffee breaks, noon lunches & social event) are kindly supported by the Belgian FPS Public Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment.
No fee is therefore requested to attend the meeting.
However, the participants will have to take in charge themselves all the other expenses (travel, accommodation and other subsistence costs).

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Registration required

Registration is mandatory.
Registration closes on the 30th of November.

The registration is now closed.

  About the project

We aim to develop a decision-support tool that national maritime authorities and coastguard stations will activate in order to forecast the drift, fate and behavior of acute marine pollution by Harmful Noxious Substances (HNS) accidentally released in the marine system.

  Contact us

Web: http://hns-ms.eu/

Tel : +32 (0)2 773-2102

Mail : hns-ms@naturalsciences.be

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EU flagHNS-MS is funded by DG-ECHO under agreement ECHO/SUB/2014/693705 and runs from 1 January 2015 to 31 March 2017.