The year 2021 was a defining moment as we contain current and future pandemics and as we near the completion of the 2018-2022 Implementation Plan of the Sustainable Development Strategy for the Seas of East Asia (SDS-SEA). Armed with greater public awareness on the links between ocean health and human health, the EAS region was one and aligned with the global recognition to act on pressing socioeconomic, ecological, and climate change issues, and sustain the momentum of building meaningful and transformative solutions for a sustainable ocean-based economy.
April 20-22 – Virtual Training Workshop on Claims and Compensation for Oil Pollution from Ships
June 8 – Ocean Roundtable Dialogue: Towards a Blue Economy Pathway for the East Asian Seas
July 28-29 – 13th Meeting of the EAS Partnership Council
October 26 – 27th Meeting of PEMSEA’s Executive Committee
November 25 – 7th EAS Senior Government Officials’ Meeting (SGOM)
November 25 – Session on Innovations in Greenhouse Gas Reduction in East and Southeast Asia’s Maritime Sector
June – November – Other Pre-Congress Events
Hosted by the Royal Government of Cambodia, and co-organized by the Ministry of Environment, Province of Preah Sihanouk, and the Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia.